Another beautiful Sunday, another wonderful festival! Colborne Lodge was the host for the annual High Park Harvest Festival. The weather was awesome and the event was busy with people enjoying some of the more traditional fall activities. Lots of pumpkins, hot apple cider and baked potatoes cooked on an open fire accompanied by some nice afternoon music. Lots of happy faces carving pumpkins and the smell of sweet cider in the air. The lodge was built in 1837 by John Howard and if you look at it in a certain light you can feel the history of it. I also had the pleasure to meet these two beautiful Belgian horses that were pulling many happy riders around the park. I noticed how their steps were exactly timed to each other and i thought they may have done this before. As is evident by the colours of the park Autumn is here and in this beautiful place well worth celebrating. As always, enjoy Toronto!