Another pandemic year has passed. This marked a year of knowing more about the virus, getting vaccinated, loosening restrictions with precautions in place, and tightening back up due to variants. As for exploring metroscapes, it was yet another year of doing less than I hoped, but still accomplishing a lot. It was my second fullContinue reading “2021 Metroscapes in Review”
In 2014, I moved to Toronto, and I needed something to fill up my time on the weekend. I started taking walks. Lots of them, one or two every weekend. I even started tweeting about them and adding pictures. Then on February 15, 2015, this website was launched as a clunky Blogger site. It wasContinue reading “Climbing to the Next Level”
Kids can keep you back from larger trips, but don’t write off the joy of local adventures.
I started walking around Toronto over 6 years ago, well before I started this site. As I started covering more of the city, I had a vision for what a top-tier trail system could look like, using and connecting the city’s ravines, utility corridors, shoreline and other open spaces. And I was groundtruthing how manyContinue reading “Parks and Pandemics: The Need for Open Space Laid Bare”
Let me make it very clear: I don’t like golf. It’s nothing to do with the game itself, but for the fact that it is a land hog, exclusive to one sport and restricted to private members, with no space afforded to the general public (full disclosure, I don’t play typical golf, but a derivative:Continue reading “Golf: The Scourge of Ravines”
Taking a look at Toronto’s Parkland Strategy and making a great park system.