Categories Uncategorized January 2022 street photography, murals, dive related, historical too Post author By S Weir Post date January 11, 2022 Vet’s basement window in Toronto. Pet murals don’t disappear they just fade away. Think this Yonge Street mural is over 10 years old. went to the PATH on Saturday to get my steps in. Empty save for other walkers like me. Union Station to College. went to the PATH on Saturday to get my steps in. Empty save for other walkers like me. Union Station to College. Bridge over Queen St between Saks and Eaton Centre. walking the path on Saturday. cell picture Blood and Bubbles from the 50s best patties on Elm St. closes on Jan 27 to make room for condo tower The Path. Underground downtown Toronto. Everything closed because of Covid chef does Facebook with AGO and I write about it Sign in Eaton Centre. Mostly empty. Covid. I was walking the Path on Saturday to get my 10,000 steps January 7th, Christmas Day (if you are of the Orthodox faith) in Toronto, Slashers last slash of the season? White, Red and Dead. This Lytton Park household woke up to find their lawn Santa deflated and the air blower removed. Home owner said Santa will rise again, only small puncture wounds found on the victim.