Happy Place, Happy Space: MacRitchie Reservoir Park
One of our favourite trail runs is the 10K loop around MacRitchie Reservoir Park.
After a week of rainy days, the trail was muddy in parts, with lots of green things growing.
I was fascinated this week by the site of 2 men dredging up water plants from the reservoir with long implements. It’s quite a different sight from the dredging boats we sometimes see. I am not quite sure what they were doing – any ideas?
Reading your Joyful Posts brings me to my happy place. I hope having them in one place makes it easier for you to find when you need a bit of happy therapy, too.
If you would like to join in, ping back to this post and I will include you next week.
- Amanda at SomethingToPonderAbout’s Saving the Planet One Sip of Green Tea at a Time: brews us a cuppa with eco-friendly teabags
- Carol Ann Siciliano‘s Delights: thrills in the reopening of a neighbourhood indie bookstore
- Deb’s World’s A different type of tea tree: brings us under trees for unexpected teas
- Gary Wilson‘s Sometimes a Miracle: shares another gripping tale
- Jo at AndAnyway‘s Perching Bar: takes us to a tree-house champagne bar in Verzy, France
- Laurie Graves‘s Rainy Day Music: enjoys a concert at the edge of the woods; of the rain playing with wildlife, with an occasion accent of a passing vehicle
- LittlePiecesOfMe‘s Grateful Fridays: is grateful for big & small things
- Micah at MarkusUndMicah‘s All the positivity you sent is working: makes the slow, steady, positive road towards recovery. We continue to cheer you on, Micah!
- Natalie the Explorer‘s Paddiling Within Toronto Islands: brings us paddling on scenic waters
- ReflectionsOfAnUntidyMind‘s Black & White Mental Health Day: takes a mental health day by exploring the power of BW photography
- Thistles and Kiwis’This Week’s Small Pleasures: reminisces over a trip to Bueno Aires when she spots tango dancers outside the Buenos Aires Cafe celebrating Argentina’s national day
- Trent’s World‘s The Weekly Smile: enjoys a trip to see family in Ohio, with lots of nature thrown in
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