I took a short trip to Toronto Islands, a ten-minute ferry ride from downtown Toronto.
A third of a year in a pandemic, and restrictions are loosening up a bit in Toronto.
I took a self-guided walking tour through my own neighbourhood.
On weekends, the City of Toronto opened up Lakeshore Boulevard to cyclists, runners, walkers and others. I'm taking full advantage of it.
When I lived in Vancouver, I wanted a way to explore the city in a structured way, and as someone who loved riding transit, the perfect way to do that was by doing the tours in SkyTrain Explorer: Heritage Walks From Every Station by John Atkin. Having moved to Toronto almost 5 years ago, I was able to see the city through Jane's Walks and other walking tours, and I was on the lookout for something similar to Atkin's book.
Notes on 90 days of sheltering in place during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The module I've maintained since 2005 gets an update.
Notes on 60 days of sheltering in place during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Working from home full time is not what I had in mind when I moved to Toronto. COVID-19 changed all that, for the time being, at least.