A sunny Saturday afternoon walk amongst the park’s colourful trees.
Finally, after decades, signs are erected identifying Westmount Park. Most of the space is dedicated to what one can or cannot do on park property. A separate one, outlining the park’s history, would have been a good addition.
Saturday’s walk through the park. Montreal is in a “pseudo-lockdown” for 28 days – which explains why fewer people were outside enjoying the fall colours.
Sunday’s walk through the park during summer-like weather.
There is a hidden lane that joins Melville and Metcalfe avenues that is filled with flowers. Across the street, lies Westmount Park, filled with autumn colours.
Saturday afternoon’s walk along the park:
It is not clear, in my mind, what is growing in the park’s lagoon. I recall, in years past, this was a habitat for the pond’s ducks with a ladder for their entry. Is this a result of neglect or a conscious decision?