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the rain is okay by me

 

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Toronto's Harbourfront, Queens Quay near Rees Street.

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Wave Deck, Toronto's Harbourfront, Queens Quay near Rees Street.

I didn't spend too much time outside taking pictures this evening because it is gusting winds and raining cold rain.  I'm not complaining.  Environment Canada has been telling us this might very well turn to snow.  Bring on the rain I say.

day off, harbour

 

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The view from under the canopy of a willow tree. HTO Park, Queens Quay, Toronto

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The umbrellas at HTO Park, off Queens Quay and Rees Street, Toronto

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Fire fighting vessel. Off Queens Quay near Rees Street, Toronto

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Weighters – I think. Near the fire station off Queens Quay near Rees Street, Toronto

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Queens Quay near Spadina Ave., Toronto

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M. R. Kane, Queens Quay at Spadina Ave., Toronto

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M. R. Kane, Queens Quay at Spadina Ave., Toronto

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Dock, Queens Quay and Spadina Ave., Toronto

I took Easter Monday off.  It was the first solitary day I'd had in quite awhile.  It was nice; included laundry, tidying, finishing outstanding jobs, and an adnormal amount of sleeping.  Sleeping is good.  Oh, and there was a bit of walking in the 'hood.

Lonely Harbourfront

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Harbourfront, Toronto

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Harbourfront, Toronto

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Harbourfront Centre, Toronto

Actually the Harbourfront Centre is not that lonely.  Lonelier than summer, yes, but there is a busy skating rink back there by the lake, and the Centre has arts programs running all the time.  But I do get as much pleasure walking down there in the quiet, cold winter (okay, it's not that cold this winter) as I do in the bustling, touristy summer.