Our backyard peach tree looks great at this time of year with all of its blossoms out. We're really looking forward to having our own fresh peaches again.
I got off the subway at Dundas West station on my way home from work, and happened to pass these buskers. Yeah...weird...but fun and quite good.
Friday evening sunset over the Junction Triangle, as seen from 229 Wallace Ave., a former hardware store being demolished to make way for new lofts.
There's probably some kind of poetic nonsense that someone could come up with about setting suns, the end of an era, rebirth, and other gobledygook about a changing neighbourhood, but I'll leave that up to you.
Red box on a grey wall, inside of the former D&M Building Supplies at 229 Wallace Ave. Currently being demolished to make way for new industrial / commercial lofts.
The former D&M Hardware building on Wallace Ave. is currently being demolished to make way for new commercial / industrial lofts.
Looking north-east from the CN/GO Newmarket tracks.
Bruce's bike, last Sunday, during the Fuzzy Boundaries parade through our neighbourhood. Residents were encouraging each other to come out and vote to name our neighbourhood.
The name Junction Triangle ended up winning. Bruce was somewhat disappointed, as his favourite name "Fuzzy Triangle" didn't make the Top 10 cut.