Saturday, April 16, 2011


While streets were made for driving they can be a lot of fun to walk and ride in when busy roads are closed to cars - let freedom reign. Yonge Street and Bay Streets are favourites roadways that Toronto likes to open for pedestrians only during festivals and other large events.
Sometimes people are so jubilant that they gather in such large numbers near the Yonge-Dundas Square that they shut down the streets without official City approval - like when someone's soccer team wins a world tournament or a local beach volleyball team creams the competition down at Ashbridges Bay.
It takes a bit of skill to ride your bike in the busy downtown streets.

On the way somewhere with big, blue sunglasses.

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