Discover Your Neighbourhood
Daytrip in an Hour is about
exploring what’s already in your backyard. People come from distant places to experience what we have and all to often take for granted. Galleries, museums, nature parks, wooded trails, country fairs, historic sites, and special events.
“Let’s get out and do something today”
Spur of the moment.
No big plans needed.
No overnight packing.
No strenuous activities.
“Something that may not in the popular promotional brochures”
Go on a day trip like this one, the abandoned Newmarket Ghost Canal. Or visit a condominium construction site and watch Tower Cranes at work for an unconventional day trip. You needn’t go far, your own backyard is great for a day of bird watching.
Imagine the possibilities of exploring your own neighbourhood. Bet you’ll be surprised at what you didn’t know, you didn’t know.
Most Recent Blog Posts
The Sakura blossom is the national flower of Japan. It symbolizes the delicate and short existence of our life on earth and reminds us to stop and take time to appreciate friends and family. The tradition of celebrating Hamami, the custom of watching Sakura blooms, goes back thousands of years. In Japan, it’s customary for … Continue reading Sakura Trees at the Legislative Assembly of Ontario
What does Earth Day mean to you? In our neighbourhood, it meant getting together with neighbours to clean up a park and its nearby greenspace. Luckily for us, there wasn’t a large accumulation of garbage causing a particular eye sore. It’s nice to see that most people are mindful about not throwing their waste into … Continue reading Earth Day 2022, Invest in our planet
Winter Stations is an annual international design competition where participants are assigned a common theme. This year’s theme is “resilience”, a reflection of our time during Covid. Today, out from the fog, artistic displays were revealed to me as I walked along the shore of Woodbine Beach in Toronto, Canada. This has been the outdoor … Continue reading Winter Stations 2022
“People don’t take trips, trips take people.”John Steinbeck