After Class Hike

Tomorrow is the last day of the course I am teaching and I will soon be heading home. Therefore, I made sure that I took a hike after class today. There was a trail that I wanted to hike again and take pictures in a little better light. The last time I hiked the trail was just before a storm and it was getting dark.

Kingbridge Centre, Trails, Hiking, walking trails, Canada, TorontoLong stretches of the trail were nice and flat, but there were also a few good uphill and downhill sections.

Kingbridge Centre, Trails, Hiking, walking trails, Canada, TorontoHere you can see that the trail is starting to wind among the trees up ahead. It was a peaceful hike as I was alone on the trail. However, the woods were alive with birds and squirrels which made for a very nice setting.

Kingbridge Centre, Trails, Hiking, walking trails, Canada, TorontoThe trail has two bridges on it. You can see pictures of both of the bridges in my post Bridges over the Humber.

I took this picture from the first bridge. At this point the Humber River is not very big.

Kingbridge Centre, Trails, Hiking, walking trails, Canada, TorontoI really like this picture. I took it while sitting on a bench in a little park along the trail. This is the second bridge on the trail.

The park was shaded and beyond the bridge is a large open meadow that is sunlit. I think that it made for an interesting picture.

Kingbridge Centre, Trails, Hiking, walking trails, Canada, Toronto

Here is the hotel wing of the Kingridge Centre, and this is the pond that my room looks out onto. I am off to the side on the opposite end, so have a much different view.

It has been a nice trip here to Toronto, but I am ready to head back home. Tomorrow night I will stay with some friends and then will fly home on Saturday.

Steven

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