Scenes from my summer (so far)


This summer in Toronto will go down in the record books as one to remember. August is here, but there’s still time to get out and enjoy the hot weather. The city is bursting at the seams with fun summer activities — outdoor movies and concerts, food festivals (Taste of the Danforth is on this weekend), free rock climbing and zip lining at the Harbourfront, lazy days over at the Toronto Islands, and of course, the Canadian National Exhibition which kicks off on August 21.

Back in July, I made a summer bucket list and I’ve been racing through it at breakneck speed. I thought it would be fun to share my most memorable moments from the summer so far.

cn tower{CN Tower at sunset.}

hto park{Yellow beach umbrellas and seagulls.}

canoes

{Canoes at HTO Park.}

graffiti alley - under the sea

{Late afternoon stroll through Graffiti Alley.}

gorgeous skies in liberty village

{Gorgeous skies in Liberty Village at 8:30 pm.}

mango frozen custard

{Mango frozen custard from Jedd’s at Front Street Foods!}

lakeside fun

{QT with the fam by the sparkling lake. Those clouds.}

rock climbing wall

{Rock climbing at the Harbourfront. Made it to 30 feet!}

go-to summer snack

{Go-to summer snack.}

TIFF in the Park

{Nothing beats mid-week movies in the park! Nothing.}

buildings after dark in the financial district

{Office buildings in The Financial District after dark.}

Roasted corn with lemon pepper and my latest summer read

{Roasted gourmet sweet corn with lemon pepper from The Mighty Cob and my latest summer read.}

 Get out there and make the most of it!

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