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Published on Jun 2, 2010
On St. Clair Avenue, about 1km east on Yonge Street, there is a beautiful white bridge that spans the Vale Of Avoca ravine. Most commuters and pedestrians simply take it for granted as they go about their day, but they are missing something. A path off of Avoca Avenue takes us near the side of the bridge where it becomes clear that it is an area that often houses a few of Toronto's homeless. The path also takes us down below into the valley where we can get up close to the bottom of the bridge to see it's great black metal spans that cross the bubbling stream below. The path and wooden walkways take us past some very colourful graffiti and interesting signs of life.