Sunday, March 16, 2008

Solitude in the Don

Due to school commitments and the fact that it's darn hard to get down into the valley these days, I haven't had much to post. But I found someone who did venture into the Don Valley and wrote quite a nice photo essay about it. I direct you to her blog to read and enjoy.

2 comments:

themarvelousinnature said...

Thanks for linking to my blog, I'm glad you enjoyed the post! You've actually met me before; I was the bander from TTPBRS who did the banding demo at Milne Hollow last year, which I believe you posted a video from. You've got some great info here, I've enjoyed browsing. Keep it up!

solotrek said...

Dear Donwatcher,

The Don is very accessible to those on foot, snowshoe and with ice tires.

Perhaps your readers would be interested to learn that Parks Forestry & Recreation plan to close the Flats (west side of the river) Trail in the Don Valley this coming spring.

The latest news in the saga between authorities and user groups is at www.toronto-offroad.org .

Enjoy the studies, you're not old till you stop learning.

"solotrek"