out walking

image from www.flickr.com
image from www.flickr.com

Today it's very mild (+7C) and I walk downtown the long way to get a birthday gift for a certain youngest daughter who turns 27 on Sunday.  I admire the Hockey Hall of Fame building, as I always do when I walk by it.  Front Street at Yonge, Toronto.
image from www.flickr.comHudson's Bay Company, Queen Street between Bay and Yonge, Toronto.  It's the oldest company in North America, but no longer Canadian-owned.  I'm not sure who it belongs to now, but it's still a nice store to shop in.  Don't tell Kelsey where I was was.

4 Comments

  1. Jamie Lees January 6, 2012

    Great feeling of being there. Thanks Jen. Can you stop into the lingerie dept. next time? I need to feel like I’ve purchased a new bra!

  2. Jennifer January 6, 2012

    hahaha! You got it!

  3. Carol January 7, 2012

    I do love seeing your part of the world!
    That face carving is amazing…made me think of the carvings we saw when we visited Prague last year. The other building (which is fabulous) was slightly overshadowed by my love of crap horror movies…I took one look at it and thought ‘Friday the 13th’ *hangs head in shame*
    C x

  4. Jennifer January 8, 2012

    Ah yes, I would love to see Prague! Toronto wouldn’t have nearly as many of the lovely buildings Prague does (or most European cities), but there are a few. This was an old Bank of Montreal building.
    Hehe re: Friday the 13th!

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