Spectacular June day in Kingston Canada

This afternoon I rode the Red Rider from one end of Kingston (Lake Ontario Park) to the other (Fort Henry). Kingston today was just so vibrant. Stunning, bright blue sky and lake – both punctuated by patches of white – fluffy clouds in the sky and the odd whitecap blown up by the lake wind.  Fresh breeze to make it comfortable. Peonies and strawberries on the market.  Downtown and all the parks full of people outdoors enjoying the day.

My fantasy of passing a jocky cyclist in lycra pants sweating her way up Fort Henry hill came true.  Trouble containing my grin as I pulled out to pass her on the hill.

Pulled out my phone along the way to take some photos that I will let speak for themselves.

Spring Turnips at a stall on the Kingston market.

Spring Turnips at a stall on the Kingston market.

Kingston City Hall

Kingston City Hall

Lake Ontario Park shoreline

Lake Ontario Park shoreline

Kingston from the Fort Henry Hill

Kingston from the Fort Henry Hill

Music all afternoon, one place or another.
Music all afternoon, one place or another.

More music...

More music…

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