It’s pleasure to watch the birds feeder with its inhabitants. But sometimes unexpected guests come over here to have some food under the feeder. They are not really welcomed, however they are part of Nature. It’s dilemma – are you ready to feed beauties and beasts at the same time?!
The last October Sunday was beautiful, and a lot of people rushed to enjoy that lovely day to Niagara Falls. Who knows, perhaps it was the last warm and sunny day of the season. Because we live right over the corner from that place, our decision to go there in the evening was right. There were not a lot of strollers around, cool and fresh air, the falling water roar, and a beautiful evening sky made walking enjoyable.
The end of October pleased us with beautiful sunny days. However, it creates a lot of work. All beautiful colourful leaves from the trees now looking like thick yellow rug. Leaves rustle underfoot, and it is very sad to part with them, but we must say goodbye to them. See you in the Spring!
October is the most colourful Autumn month in Canada. Even when the day is grey everything looks festive and attractive. The colours are unreal bright, and under the faint rays of the sun they are burning.
Saturday morning sunrise was gloomy and and partially foggy. However the colourful and cute small town Niagara-on-the-Lake makes even that kind of weather festive and joyful. It is the most loveable touristic place in Niagara Falls area. No matter what season it is there are a lot of people on the streets of this beautiful town. Let me show you what it looks like in the early morning.
I am not going to write down about this beautiful place. For me it is just one of my favorite places related to our happy life for 23 years in the most popular among the people town of Oakville. Paletta Park is not located in Oakville but in Burlington, however both of these two towns flow smoothly from one to the other. Crossing these towns we pretty often make a short visit to some of our favorite places. Unfortunately, the towns lost their charm because of being overpopulated and become mostly looking like a city. However in the early morning or bad weather they are still the same like we found them at the very first time we saw them.
I love to visit Toronto early Sunday Morning. The most comfortable time to be there because of cool air, empty streets, and absolutely no crowd. It is good time for walking around downtown and enjoy the quiet city life. On Sunday all the shops are closed till noon, only some cafes and restaurants which serve breakfast are opened. This is why there are not many people on the streets. Closer to noon the city is filling up by the people and looks like an anthill, then it is time to leave it.