Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Swans on the beach

There are a crapload of birds that live along the waterfront - the majority are probably seagulls, followed by ducks and geese. They eat and crap, crap and eat, then have babies - which are incredibly cute, who then crap and eat and have more babies. The big boys of the winged variety in Toronto seem to be the large white swans. The mute swans above are heading towards the CN Tower - I think they have heard of EdgeWalk but they will be disappointed when they find out that the high walk doesn't open until August 1 and the price of admission is $175. There is also a good chance they will be scared of heights.

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