These guys stand guard at Tackaberry’s on Dalton Ave.
Farmers are getting their hay in now, after all that rain at the end of June.
These interesting shapes are outside the Railway St. entrance to the Kingston Public Utilities works yard.
I kept passing this park without noticing it, and suddenly realized that it was quite an attractive little space on the edge of an industrial area. This is Tugwood Park at Railway and Division Streets.
This picture doesn’t do these fabulous baskets justice. All done with one kind of flower, they are rich in colour and bountiful in flower and beautifully maintained.
This close to Quebec, you get quite a bit of French. 🙂
Looking down the Cataraqui river from the Woollen Mill.
Most of the young ducks are mostly grown now, but there was this one little one at the Woollen Mill.
Kingston has a dragon boat! And a load of ducks on a dock and a turtle.
This is new since I was last up this way. North of the rowing club is a little walkway along the river. It doesn’t go far but it is festooned with wildflowers and is lovely. North of here is brownfield that needs to be cleaned up before anything can be done with it.