It's not a self contained area like St Lawrence market or our local stockyards but rather a neighbourhood of a few square blocks. If you're kind of judgey and not into a bit of a funky area maybe stay away but I thought it was pretty neat.
We headed past the dome.
Kensington st itself is pretty short.
We were happy to drive around until we found a place to park on Augusta Avenue.
This car garden was neat.
Parking enforcement gave it a pass.
We're not big shoppers and only went into this store.
I wish I had stopped to look at this longer.
But at least I took a picture of the name of the artist.
The sign over the dogs reads dying breed.
I had noticed this little Thai place when we drove by.
Apparently this is a new style of clothes to wear. Not weirder than what we wore in the 90's I guess.
I'll devote a whole blog post to the polaroll icecream we had another time. It looks like it might be grainy but is super creamy.
Henry noticed these two.
A farewell to a statue of the King of Kensington from the old tv show
And we headed back towards the baseball game. A very cool experience.