Hendrie Valley: An Autumn’s Day Walk

The day I went to Hendrie Valley was the first time in eighteen months that I had taken public transit! I had hesitated to use buses and the subway during the pandemic and, although the virus is still with us, I am slowly returning to my former ways of living in the world beyond the inclausura of home.

Hendrie Valley, situated across from the Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington, Ontario, is a place I had never been to before but it was well worth the long trip from Toronto by GO train followed by a bus that took my friend and me near the entrance of the nature trail. There we walked along boardwalks and lookouts with beautiful views of marshes and deciduous forest.

It was a day well spent in the good company of both a friend and nature.

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9 Responses to Hendrie Valley: An Autumn’s Day Walk

  1. Kathie B says:

    We’ve been to the RBG a number of times, but never Hendrie Valley. Thanks for sharing what we’ve missed.

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  2. Ilda says:

    Thanks, Emanuel, for introducing me to this beautiful place that I didn’t even know existed…

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  3. Fantástico, Emanuel!
    Gostei muito da partilha! Cores bonitas, como sempre… esta época é fantástica para isso.
    Abraço e boa semana!


  4. Bacardi Gold says:

    It’s nice, the walkways thru the forest are made of wood. And beautiful photos.

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