After the frenetic freeways and screaming subways, I invite you to slip into something more comfortable, a kayak for example, and come down the Humber River in Toronto. Here, the cranes have wings and like their privacy and quiet. In a kayak, I share their place, not quite trusted by these locals, but tolerated as long as I don’t disturb the neighborhood. I can do that – it’s worth it.
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