Toronto Again

So, if pictures of kids on vacation bore or offend you, move along. Nothing to see here.

If not:

After Caitie and I left Lettuce Knit, we met up with everyone else at High Park. If you have kids, and you visit Toronto, you should totally visit High Park because it was very fun, and free. There is an adventure playground, designed and built by kids, that was really very cool and I don't know how I ended up with no pictures of it. When I asked Sean what his favorite part of the trip was, he said High Park.

There is also a small zoo, where we saw this peacock being cocky.

And this capybara, which was very exciting when we saw the sign. Last year Caitie did a school project on the rainforest and she learned a lot about capybaras, which are the largest rodents in the world.

All I could think of was that it was a real R.O.U.S.
There was also this animal. You might think it's a mountain goat, but it's actually a Barbary sheep. Basically it's a sheep without wool. What's the point of that?

High Park also has a big hill which is apparently really fun to run down.

And really hard not to wipe out when you do.
There were several races down and back up.
Molly learned the hard way and decided to take the long way down.

And here's the best thing about running up and down a huge hill all day.
There was even knitting.

Next day we went to the beach of Lake Ontario.

(which is cold, by the way)

But the sand was fun.