Friday, June 8, 2012


There is a path in the North End that is tucked away right against the shores of Lake Ontario.

 There are no road signs that will lead you to it.

It is very peaceful.

A place for trees.

And water.

A place to walk quietly or rest on a bench that looks out over the Lake.

A place to relax

and count your blessings.


Note: Twenty-seven trees were planted here.

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Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

This is a beautiful place! I love the look and feel of it, and it's definitely a place you'd find me strolling through - and snapping photos in. Ontario is notorious for parks, lakes, hiking trails, etc. There is a place for every nature-loving person to enjoy.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

A lovely tribute of Life to those who lost theirs so senselessly.

Jane said...

What a gorgeous spot! I especially love that there are no signs leading to it - a hidden gem :) I wonder how many Canadians were killed that day...

Anonymous said...

What a gorgeous place, a fitting memorial, and as you say a place to really make you count your blessings.1B esehume

Doug Jamieson said...

Beautiful and moving. Thanks.