Tag Archives: Walking
Plant Area – Do Not Remove Snow Recently seen in Saint Michel. Even appears as if someone created a ventilation system.
Lesser Known Icons #1
Surprise in Saint Michel
Finding myself exploring the neighborhood just to the east of the old Miron Quarry, now Parc Frederic-Bach, I stumbled upon a green lane (ruelle vert) right up against the STM […]
Untitled # 319
Walk A Lot, Read A Lot
Taking a break in La Fontaine Park.
Today on Mount Royal
Unusually mild for today’s date and with a lot of snow and ice on ground level that makes for some perfect fog, especially as you go higher on Mount Royal. […]
When Nature Gets Creepy
It is cold and there is enough of a wind to blow some of this tall grass around, occasionally flying into your face. Snow has fallen forcing swaths of it […]
So I am pretty happy with myself today because at the beginning of the month I decided that I would walk the lower path at the Verdun waterfront everyday in […]
Walk # 19 – The Point Part 5 – Rain
Kiss me with rain on your eyelashes, come on, let us sway together, under the trees, and to hell with thunder.” ― Edwin Morgan, A Book of Lives Started […]
Still Life With Pasta #16
At the river today…
Saying Goodbye To Summer
There are so many ways we say goodbye to summer A woman’s voice singing by the canal The sharp contrasting light between buildings downtown The thinning tourist throngs The empty […]
Some more from recent months.
Learning To Walk
How America can start walking again. Part 4 of an excellent series over at Slate. By Tom Vanderbilt Posted Friday, April 13, 2012, at 6:30 AM ET The plight of life on […]