Sunday, December 28, 2014

Scenes from the day after Boxing Day

Where is this new installation by the Township of King?   Answer at bottom of this blog*.

One of the many tributaries in King City of the East Humber River ~ west side of Martin St.

The Laskay Hall has a new sign, courtesy of the township...overdue, but much appreciated.

Snow fence, seen above on the south townline has been under-utilized so far this winter.

Il Giardino Toscano Italian restaurant (above) is the dining room that replaced Daniel's of Nobleton, alongtime favourite eatery of many King Township diners.   Many years earlier, this building was the home of the Nobleton Press printing shop and the King Township Advertiser weekly newspaper and the York-Simcoe Farm Weekly newspaper.   Prior to that, before the 1960s, the building housed a very successful apiary.

Above is one of two gargoyles that flank a driveway on the 7th Concession of King, north of the 15th Sideroad.   This creature appears to have a nasty pain in its tummy.

*The picture at top of this blog is part of the detail of the new municipal pergola on the the north-west corner of the King Road and Keele Street intersection in King City.

Please comment if you wish.
Barry Wallace

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