|Honor of Steve Stavros, former owner Maple Leafs|
In a minute or two a jogger went by, and then a couple of cyclists had pulled over to hover under an elm tree because of a sudden downpour. The pictures appear a little moody as was the day they were taken. Within a span of an hour there was rain, sun, wind and even hail. I've never seen such a switch like that before, but spring in Ontario can be like that.
|Mount Pleasant Cemetery on left, Moore Park on the right|
|Royal Air Force|
Prior to Mount Pleasant Cemetery, believe it or not only people of Roman Catholic church were allowed to be buried within the city limits. This is what makes the foundation of this place so beautiful.
You will be amazed by the architecture and the ruins and in fact it was designated by the National Historic society as a National Historic site in Canada in 2000.
The tree collection has grown into North America's finest arboretums, and with it come the birds and other wildlife, that contribute to it's park-like setting. I still only get pictures of robins since they are the easiest. :) Artists have created wonderful monuments and sculptures which you'll see throughout. An epitaph on a plaque, a statue of strength and a myriad of memories of people of all walks of life.