Sunday 3 July 2016

Humber Bay Park East, Toronto, ON

Gord and I spent a couple hours in Humber Bay Park East this afternoon.  It's been a while since we've walked around this park.  It's a great park because there is space for everyone!

Toronto's memorial to the victims of the 1985 bombing of Air India Flight 182 is in this park.

We headed east and followed the path along the water.

I played around with depth of field

There are a couple beaches on the park.  We spent some time at the smaller one on the NE side.  I walked into the water up to my ankles and it was cold!

This guy was chilling and reading

There were some people playing with their dogs in the water.

"Throw the ball!  Throw the ball!"

We got back on the trail.

This guy was inspired to paint
There's Gord taking some shots

There's the other beach ... there were lots out hanging and/or BBQing.

We took some artsy shots at a pond.

Back on our walk ...

There was an ice cream truck in the parking lot and I couldn't resist getting a cone.

Gord held my ice cream while I paid for it ... and the tip disappeared!

It was a great day for a walk!  We'll have to get back again soon!

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