To celebrate the long Canada Day weekend - and Canada's 150th birthday - we decided to set forth and explore a little bit more of the gigantic province that we live in, making our way up to Northern Ontario and Sault Ste. Marie.
Last Saturday, Elizabeth was supposed to be participating in a work golf tournament so when the tournament was cancelled due to rainfall from the day before, we knew we wanted to spend our day exploring instead. So, after a bit of Googling, Moore Park Ravine it was!
The street festivals of Toronto continued this weekend, as College Street was overtaken by the Taste of Little Italy. We walked down to taste it for ourselves.
Luke met up with some friends in New York last weekend so we delayed our Something Saturday until Tuesday and checked out Symphony in the Gardens!
This weekend our buddy Aaron was in town, for one night only, so we made the most of a sunny Saturday by checking out the Dundas West Fest street festival.
It was the May 24th long weekend this past weekend, so, on Friday evening after work we hopped on plane and made our way out East to visit Rebecca, Andy and Floyd in Saint John, New Brunswick!
Last weekend, Luke’s sister Sophie stopped by on her way back from Chicago, so we spent a couple of days showing her some cool places we’d been before as well as visiting a new (actually, quite old) historic site – Fort York!
This weekend we set off back to the AGO to check out their latest exhibition - a retrospective of the art and legacy of Georgia O'Keeffe.
On Saturday, we made our way to High Park to see the Cherry Blossoms in full bloom!
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