2017 Bike Ride 1

Sunday was a beautiful day so we got out for a bike ride. It meandered down to the water near Exhibition Place.

2017 Ride 1

Even got a good view of how high Lake Ontario is this year. I quite liked the sound of the waves shooting up through the gaps in the boardwalk.

Waves on the lake boardwalk shooting up through the cracks

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Weekly roundup June 5-11

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Weekly roundup May 15-21

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Weekly roundup May 8-14

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