Summer on the Humber River

© Grecel Nepomuceno 2011© Grecel Nepomuceno© Grecel Nepomuceno 2011© Grecel Nepomuceno 2011

© Grecel Nepomuceno 2011

Kayaking and canoeing on the Humber River for the first time was a lot of fun. I made three trips. Toronto Adventures provided a guided tour around and we saw wildlife along the way. Among them were deer, cormorants, and egrets. There was even a sanctuary we got to visit the first time I went (ten or less people allowed.) Kayaking skills came in handy later on at a camping trip which allowed me to take pictures of the Bon Echo cliffs and went on a nature hike to one of the islands.

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