Some of the handsome homes along King St, facing the water.
The “Time” sculpture.
The waterfront is still busy at this time of year. There was another very large group a little further down.
One of my favourite rows of homes in Kingston. This isn’t the first time I’ve shown you these and it won’t be the last. 🙂
Some creativity in a yard across from the Tett Center.
A very grand home. There are a couple of these next door to each other but I don’t think either of them are private homes anymore, but I could be wrong.
Simple and delightful. I believe the wreath is one piece of root.
A cozy looking yard and a nifty tree house, with its own gingerbread.
The weather continues mild and we may get up into the double digits again by the weekend. However the gloom also continues, and it sounds like with the double digits come raindrops.
I am going to the Tett Center for the first time tomorrow, to listen to Peter Ladner from Vancouver talk about urban food supply. I will try to get some photos of the inside.