Today is an extended Photo Friday post, more pictures! The house is empty now and we're just cleaning up a few things before we close the door for good on this house we rented for the last two years. As a sign of times the only pieces that are not packed yet are: the wireless router and our laptops ;) Do not fear, although I have tons of pictures featuring my sons, I won't be sentimental today and bore you with kids' pictures...well, just a few ok? :)
Good bye Milton, we really enjoyed your parks and Conservation areas during summer time. And at Christmas time, you did look pretty too!
(Désolée pour mes lecteurs francophones, ce billet aujourd'hui ne sera qu'en anglais, je manque de temps!!!)
Hilton Falls trails that I've enjoyed alone on my bike on a beautiful warm summer day. For more pictures, click here.
The Farmer's Market
Rattlesnake Point Conservation Park with it's unique view over Milton and toward the CN Tower. For more pctures click here.
Father and son at the Raptors (Toronto's basketball team)
Crawford Lake and its 15th century Iroquoian Village that has been reconstructed on its original site.
My first trip alone in Toronto, the AGO, Art Gallery of Ontario. For more pictures of Frank O. Gehry spectacular stairs, click here.
The ROM, Royal Ontario Museum. Olivier could not possibly remember, he was about 6 weeks old!
Toronto, that we did not enjoy as much as we have wished (main reason was traffic. Sadly, Toronto's traffic is one of the worst in North America).
Picking up apples at Chudleigh's with Montreal friends
High Park in Toronto, for more pictures click here.
Toronto Island. For more pictures, click here.
Springridge Farm. Farms are still pretty active in this rural area, for more pictures click here
Kelso Beach and Park, we were just crashing in our new town...all tired and excited to discover a new place.
Niagara Falls, because you have to. For more pictures, click here.
Gorgeous Niagara-on-the-Lake and the wine Region. For more pictures, click here.
Our sushi place!
Canada's Wonderland, because it's fun :) For more pictures click here.
The many parks and splash pads of Milton that we really enjoyed, especially Antoine! This is something we don't know back home, but every new development should have a big and nice play park and splash pads for kids...
The Toronto Zoo
And many more pictures and places visited. But I have to go now!
And on this one I say: see you next week on the other side of the border! Have a good week-end everyone :)