Monthly Archives: October 2014

Walks during Fall

Planted the 3rd square from the North end on the east side of the garden From the diary of Daniel Read-May 5,1796 (1) The Toronto Botanical Gardens in Edwards garden-Wilket Creek park area of Central Don has a very interesting … Continue reading

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A 200 year old work table

The work table also had a more personal purpose , as in this example which is fitted with an adjustable writing board. It is a reminder of the lost art of personal writing where, through letters, diaries and journals, women contributed greatly to the preservation of memories of the past Continue reading


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Darwin’s dreamponds

The walk through the zoo brought back many memories and created new ones. The cub will complete one year on Nov 9. Adopting an animal adds connection The cichlids of Lake Malawi The Giant panda

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