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East End - Part I

In the busy city of Toronto, there is an oasis of calm in the East end. Col. Danforth Park that extends to both sides of old Kingston road offers solitude from Spring through to fall after which the snow and Ice make it difficult to navigate. 548 more words


55 word fiction: Walk #AtoZChallenge

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“I love this city in particular due to its various walking trails and nature reserves.”

Both Ryan and Sonya had both been deputed to the city by their organization at almost the same time. 45 more words

AtoZChallenge 2016

Florida Greenways & Trails Foundation

 April 26, 2016

Published by: Florida Greenways & Trails Foundation
Advocating for and educating the public about Florida’s emerging system of greenways and trails… 810 more words

Hell Fire Club - Walking Trails

This winter has been long. I am often restless and really looking forward to some sunny days to be able to get out of the city and enjoy nature a little. 398 more words


An Afternoon in Awenda

One of my favourite places to be is back home where I grew up; Penetang, Ontario.  Conveniently, mine and my husbands parents live there so we go visit often. 277 more words

Awenda Park

The Heysen Bush Walking Trail

The Heysen Trail is a 1200km walking trail running from Cape Jervis, along the Southern Ocean, in the South up to Parachilna Gorge in the Northern Flinders Rangers in the Mid North of South Australia. 429 more words

Bush Walking

A thousand year old tree

I arrived amidst lush forest in the Cuc Phuong National Park to the thousand year old tree along the six kilometre trail. Unfortunately, it appeared the tree had seen better days. 45 more words