Point&Shoot: Weekend ribs, rides & revelry

Point&Shoot: Weekend ribs, rides & revelry

Visitors to Toronto are often surprised to discover the Toronto Islands, a pint-sized archipelago just offshore of the bustling lakeside metropolis. They began as a series of continually moving sandbars which, by the early 1800′s, had formed a natural harbour between the lake and the mainland. They were well known by native people, who considered them a place of leisure and relaxation and by the late 1800′s many of Toronto’s wealthiest families built beautiful Victorian summer homes there. These days they’re home to a lighthouse, a farm, Billy Bishop Airport, Centreville amusement park, beautiful gardens and a baseball stadium where Babe Ruth hit his first professional home run, as well as a handful of private cottage residences.

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