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.
Jen and I were riding up the Railpath after work today when I spotted this poster. I stopped and turned around to have a closer look.
Funny stuff. But if we all do a little bit to keep the Railpath in good condition for each other, it will continue to be awesome.
I've been trying to post a photo every day on my blog. Almost missed today's deadline by just a few minutes! This photo is from a walk I took a week ago. Some sheep-people (or something???) graffiti on the back of the Moloney Electric building on Sterling Rd.
Time for bed.
My neighbourhood rules. How often does YOUR neighbourhood have a Ukrainian marching band tour the whole 'hood playing Final Countdown and encouraging residents to come out to vote for a community naming project? Not too often, eh?
A cyclist rides past the former D&M Hardware building at 229 Wallace Ave. in my 'hood. This building was transformed into a temporary canvas displaying the top 10 names for the "Fuzzy Boundaries" neighbourhood naming project. Voting wraps up tomorrow, Sunday March 14th.
The building is supposed to be demolished a couple of weeks from now to make way for a new commercial structure.
Even the dogs were out enjoying the Spring-like weather on Sunday.
As seen on Bloor St., just east of Symington Ave.
It was the most beautiful spring-like weekend so far this year, so I went out for a walk around the neighbourhood yesterday.
This photo was taken while looking in to the Tower Automotive building on Sterling Rd.