Once again this entry will be more of a photo album than an essay.
In the Humber River Walk (post) I mentioned that I would write about a garden on the east side of the city of Toronto which was established by another woman who was an early settler in this area. I do not know who Rosetta McClain was - nor anything about her - but I most certainly enjoy the gardens which she bequeathed to the City of Toronto. In order to reach these gardens one has to journey (transit or drive) clear across the city to the east end. When I typed my blog about High Park, I made an error - after one passes the boundary at the east end of the original City of Toronto the terrain does not remain relatively flat but rises and forms bluffs above the lake shore. The Rosetta McClain Gardens are up on these bluffs.