Saturday May 26th and Sunday May 27th in Toronto is called Doors Open, it is where people can explore buildings around the city that are usually off limits to the general public. On Saturday me and daddy went to explore a few buildings, but were only able to do one before daddy was wore out (he's still recovering from the illness that landed him in hospital). But the building we went to see was a working fire station. This station has been around since 1905, and was built at the time when the first motorized fire trucks were coming into service.
We could have seen other buildings, but at the time daddy was getting tired, and we still had to get some groceries. Here are a few pictures from my adventure yesterday.
|It was rather hot outside, so daddy put my frozen water bottle in my stroller.|
|Posing beside the fire truck|
|This is the outside of the fire station.|
|This is the outside of the fire station, it was taken from the city website.|
|One of the coloring pages we got, it's going to be for my human cousin.|