Humber Bay Butterfly Habitat of May 2015

A documentary seen on the weekend about Old Faithful being part of a supervolcano that could cover the continent in ash in a matter of days jarred my mind into the necessity of visitting The Humber Bay Butterfly Habitat while it was still possible, and not without some concern for the idea that all this was vulnerable. The dear little birds, the brave birds, the strange birds…



It was a pretty smoothe ride down there Sunday. Cars weren’t bad. Too many, but as well behaved as can occur. The long stretch of Queen West to the end allows a stately bridge crossing over the expressway that both magnified and obliviated the wonders ahead.



1 Comment »

  1. I’ve come to think of this as the most underappreciated blog post I’ve ever put up

    At the same time I laugh at how bland it is despite the incredible beauty

    i bet by 2020 133 people will have looked and been glad to see it

    so thank you in advance https://oversion.files.wordpress.com/2010/04/jb-so-handsome.jpg

    Comment by oversion — May 14, 2015 @ 2:48 pm

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