chorley park access

Chorley Park Egress…(Egress means the right of a person to leave a property)…

chorley park access

I have been walking about 10 kilometers, 3 times a week…Since about Easter 2014…For my health…It’s important…

I walk through a ravine called The Moore Park Ravine…

At one section of the ravine, there is a steep hill with what appears to be one lone dirt trail…

In truth, there is another dirt trail, just a little south of the obvious one, which leads to more gentle wooden steps, to take one up the hill…

At the top of the hill there is a park called Chorley Park…

Halfway up the first dirt trail, there is a fork that goes to the left, which also is slightly gentler than the most visible trail…

Or if the first lone trail has been barraged by water & the dirt is unsteady, one can fork to the left on the more steady trail…

There is actually another dirt trail that leads to the right of the stair trail, also takes one up the hill…

All these passages lead up to Chorley Park, a nice park, a dog park, a people park, a baby stroller park, a grassy park…

So…Some City officials were thinking of putting in something called a “switchback”, which means an s curved snakey thing to S up that hill & they were thinking it could be 10 feet wide & made of asphalt…

So members of the community met at the Rosedale United Church because they thought that the Ravine was just fine, that the Chorley Park was just fine, & that the trails were all just fine & that a switchback made of asphalt was a dumb idea & they didn’t want that…

When I spoke to a personal trainer/dogwalker today, he said that when he was going up the hill with a client once that the trail was all washed away from water & was dangerous to use because the dirt had eroded…

So I said:”Why didn’t you take the stairs?”…”Stairs?” he said…He didn’t know about the second trail that led to the stairs…

Or the fork to the left trail…Or any of the other trails up that hill, because there are actually several options…

That’s when he realized that he could have taken another route up that hill…

That’s when I realized that the problem here was not that they needed to construct anything new to get up that hill to Chorley Park, but that they need some EDUCATION as to where all those alternate trails were…

It appears that the local community knows where the trails are, but that newcomers to Moore park ravine & the Brickworks development on the other side of the ravine, don’t…

So they want to build roads where roads are not necessary…

What the newcomers need are Maps…or Directions…Or a trail guide…Guide as in a person guiding them, not a book guide…or perhaps a tiny sign with an arrow like they have on downhill ski slopes “Trail here to steps”…or something equally folksy…

I have applied to be on the Chorley Park Ravine Working Group to help to design a solution to what City people feel is a problem…

That people need “egress” from the ravine & that egress needs to be an easy way out up that hill…

If I am chosen to be part of this group, I will have to attend 3 long meetings to discuss possibilities, design ideas, budget considerations & how about those endangered Butternut trees that are there?

If anyone has any experience with this type of thing, feel free to offer ideas as Comments here…

I will be updating this post with new information or pictures or maps if need be…

Protecting Nature in a city area is important to a DIY Medicine protocol…You have to get involved in the decision-making processes if you are going to protect your Zen walking spaces…

Moore park ravine egress(exit pathways)Ok, so if you have walked up the steps I showed you in the first picture, FROM the Moore park ravine to Chorley park(up the hill, but take the dirt trail that is NOT obvious, just SOUTH downhill from the obvious one, which leads to the steps…)

Then you get to Chorley Park…But NOW How do you get OUT???

Out of Rosedale back to somewhere more familiar if you aren’t totally local to the area & know the routes…

Ok, from Chorley park follow the yellow dots on the Google map I have altered & edited…

Basically you exit onto Roxborough street, then walk towards GLEN road…

Make a LEFT onto Glen road & follow that along…

You will see the Rosedale United Church on your left…

Glen road crosses with SOUTH ROAD & take a RIGHT onto SOUTH road…

Follow SOUTH road Until it hits CRESCENT road (which is shaped like  crescent roll)…

If you go RIGHT onto Crescent road, you can just then Follow Crescent ALl the Way to YONGE street…(Rosedale subway station is there)…

If you go LEFT onto Crescent road it takes you to SHERBOURNE street,

Then take Sherbourne street SOUTH to BLOOR street,

Then you can go RIGHT on Bloor street which will take you to the Bloor Yonge subway station or Just Yonge street again & you can make your way home since you know probably know where you are orientation-wise…

Note Bene: SOUTH road also, if you go LEFT on it from GLEN, takes you to ANOTHER TRAIL opening for the Moore park ravine…You will see the entrance to a hill that slopes down & is pretty steep…That also takes you into the ravine…It is a 6 or 7 kilometer run if you enter from there, do a bit of a run, & come out that same entry point…

Ideas proposed so far:

Idea number One is Wooden Flag markers on Poles to show people where the Steps are from the Moore Park Ravine…(most people don’t know they exist right now!!!)idea number one

Letter to Jason Diceman which I did not send…(Jason is the City official Contact person for this project, but I have not met or spoken to him myself yet…)

I have been interviewing the people who actually use the Moore Park
Ravine…

The vast majority of people who use the Ravine do not use the steep hill
at all in order to

exit the ravine…

Those that do are the most experienced hikers…

The dogwalkers(professional) use the steps at times…

It is odd that those stairs are considered unsafe considering that the
stairs across Mount

Pleasant that people use to scale up to David A. Balfour Park, are far
far more treacherous…

Oddly as well is there are no trail markers at the ravine level to show
people that there are others ways to scale that hill than the most
visually apparent steep dirt trail…

It is shocking that actions were taken in Rosedale before the community
there was consulted…

Most City Council members are aware that the Rosedale area is quite
sensitive to any change at all & would never have begun any actions
without first consulting the community…

It appears that the City has taken actions first & is only creating this
Working Group to appease the concept of democracy but really the plans
are already in place…

My understanding from my interviews is that nobody considers the asphalt
10 foot switchback to be a good idea…

Today someone mentioned a Funiculari, which is a device used at 9
Beamont to transport mobility challenged people up & down the ravine
there…

If indeed the “switchback” idea is to honour those who are mobility
challenged, one person asked me today “what exactly are they going to do
when they get down to the ravine?”

The Ravine itself is a bit of a nightmare for cyclists who hit rocks &
gravel or mud or water all the time, not to mention disturbing those
with small dogs or children…

A wheelchair is not really suited to that terrain?

If the people of Rosedale are part of that eco-system, then taking
actions that they do not like is not eco-friendly at all…

It is a bit of a mistake to call Chorley park or the Moore Park Ravine
“public”…

It is really a benefit of living in Rosedale, & the families who live
there, walk there with their new babies & in the nest older children…

Later young married couples meander…But the demographic is mostly
locals…

The Brickworks as well attracted some attention initially, but is
settling in now with locals once again…

The “public” is not the public…

Most people who use parks are people who live near to that park…

This Ravine & Park area was not meant to become a tourist trap…

Nor the Brickworks a mall…

The cutting down of trees is causing alot of attention, despite the
guilt professed in the online explanation of these actions…

Guilt is a nice emotion but is really not adequate…

The decisions to create a cement path down that hill were not cemented
yet in that community, so why trees were cut down before getting local
approvals is not justified by “we thought about it alot”…

A democracy doesn’t care whether a few experts “thought about it
alot”…

A democracy means you ask first…

Sari Grove, after a 10 km walk...The pink heart is Rhodochrosite which is Manganese...Mn lowers Iron, this is a medicinal stone!

RepoWoman:Nonsurgical Breast cancer lump removal…by Sari Grove(free downloadable & printable pdf)

RepoWoman-nonsurgical breast cancer lump removal(click to get this pdf file for free-it includes DIY Chemo, DIY Mammography & some diet & exercise tips, based on the science from Sari Grove’s books…)

***RepoWoman nonsurgical approach to removing breast cancer lump(***this version has citations of clinical studies involving licorice, madagascar periwinkle & mugwort)…

****RepoWoman-nonsurgical breast cancer lump removal I’m adding one more version of the PDF…This one has some additional studies about the use of Mugwort, Madagascar periwinkle & Licorice root, to cause apoptosis(cell death of cancer cells), & phenotypic reversion(cancer cells revert back to being normal cells)…Plus there is an additional study about hot weather & Vitamin D being especially useful in fighting cancer…

http://www.grovecanada.ca You can read our books for FREE on our website…These provide background to the Grove Body Part Chart & how to go about Do it Yourself Medicine in an informed way…If you want a hard copy of our books, they are on Amazon & there are Kindle versions there too for about $1.99…(There are smaller file free files on Smashwords for mobile devices & Kindle…)

RepoWoman:Nonsurgical Breast cancer lump removal...by Sari Grove

RepoWoman:Nonsurgical Breast cancer lump removal…by Sari Grove

diy mammography

Instructions for DIY mammography in picture above…

Special Note: I have found that St. Francis Licorice Tincture is the strongest format to get the Licorice Root…It costs about $16 dollars for a small bottle & I take about 4 dropperfuls maybe 2x a day…You go through it fast but it really really gets rid of Phosphorus fast…In the above picture, the Phosphorus is those dark spots in the green lump…Phosphorus is what makes Cancer spread…After taking the St. Francis tincture, you will see those dark spots disappear…This means the lump is becoming benign…Phenotypic Reversion…(Cancer cells revert back to normal cells)…

RepoWoman-nonsurgical breast cancer lump removal This version of the PDF includes the DIY mammography tips & the licorice tincture mention…

http://www.grovecanada.net/2014/10/8-steps-for-removing-breast-cancer.html

DIY Home Chemo…by Sari Grove

DIY Home Chemo…by Sari Grove

So I created this home chemo potion for getting rid of a breast cancer lump…

But basically all Cancer lumps in the body share a similar profile…

This basic profile is Calcium, Iron, & Phosphorus…

Calcium is the base, Iron makes it hard, & Phosphorus makes it spread…

Calcium is dissolved by Iodine, Iron is dissolved by Manganese, & Phosphorus is dissolved by Copper…

I chose herbs because herbs tend to be absorbed better & faster by the body than pill supplements…

So your three herbs are:

Mugwort:because it is a Manganese(dissolves Iron)

Licorice Root:It is a Copper(Because it dissolves Phosphorus)

Madagascar Periwinkle:It is an iodine(because it dissolves Calcium)

Take 1/3 of a cup of each, put it into 3 cups of water in a pot on the stove, bring to a boil, then lower the heat & let it slowly boil still for about 10-15 minutes…

Drink…(you can add Splenda or Stevia if you need to make it taste better, though I can’t help you much in that department, sorry)…

 

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p.s. I get my herbs from Herbies Herbs…I order from their online store & they deliver fast…Half a pound of each of these herbs including shipping & taxes might run you $50 dollars total, but they will last you a very very long time & they are stronger than any supplements I have taken…

p.p.s.Use my DIY Mammography tips to photograph your lump daily & see how it is doing…(earlier blog post)

(This blog post appears in the book we are currently writing right now…It is called Book V:The Brain…You can read where we are at here…

& give us this day our daily salad…(or, what I ate while I got rid of a breast lump…)

DSC03889While getting rid of a breast lump I went on a mainly raw plant based diet with fish & seafood as my cheats…The picture shows one of my creations, which I varied a bit from day to day…

Here is what is in that bowl today…

Salad dressing:

Dijon horseradish mustard(several large globs)

Apple Cider Vinegar(some healthy squirts)

Olive Oil(a generous pour)

Squeeze a whole lemon & let the seeds fall in too & eat them they are healthy & anti-cancer 

Salad:

grape tomatoes(a whole lot)

sugar snap peas(an entire bag)

sesame seeds(like a cup-alot)

a nut & seed mix with dried cranberries & raisins & pumpkin seeds & nuts(a whole bagful)

one tin of smoked mussels for protein with the oil too

one green apple chopped in pretty big pieces easy

shredded cabbage salad with some other shredded stuff like brussel sprouts & carrots(one half bag)

a giant avocado in big pieces

a Fork…

Netflix:am currently watching Damages with Glenn Close, & more stars but am too hungry to write them down…

Eat a giant salad daily…at least one…Have been eating leftover salad at breakfast & sometimes lunch too…Tons of energy!

Lost 25 lbs without feeling hungry…

Now I look at restaurant food & think :”my salad is better!”…

Morning update(Aug 16, 2014)

here is this morning’s picture!

smaller! yay!

making progress with the manganese pills, licorice root extract syrup,
madagascar periwinkle tea protocol…

***(Mn, Cu, Io…these are the symbols for those 3 elements on the periodic table)

****(They antagonize these 3 things- Fe, P, Ca)

am going to look for a measurement ruler for pictures program now to
help me measure inside pictures…DIY mammography

Ok…(Later this morning of the 16th…9:57 am)

Turns out measuring things in Macro in a picture is hard to do…

So this is what I did…

I took out my measuring tape & guesstimated how big the lump is by feeling it…

About One inch exactly today…

So that means that in the picture, the circle of the lump is about one inch in diameter in the photo…

So, in the free Mac Paintbrush program, I drew the circle & put some rectangles beside it with notch marks just to help me guide how big things were in Macro…Note:My notches are not real measures, I just needed something graphlike to get an idea of how big things were by eyeballing the notches & the circle…

Here is that hand drawn Macro Ruler…macro ruler

So again: The circle in the picture is the same size as the circle of the lump in my Macro real picture of the lump…

Ok so then…

I opened the real picture of the lump in Mac Preview…

Then I opened the picture of my new Macro ruler, grabbed the circle in the ruler picture, & pasted it on top of the real lump…aug16 morn detailsruler

Of course, the circle sits on top of the lump easily because that is my control circle…

But tomorrow & the next day & the next, I can use this same control circle, just pasting it on whatever new Macro picture I take…

This will help to document in pictures, how the lump is shrinking with my protocol…

http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/450714 You can read Grove Health Science Series:Book 4, right now(even though it is still being written!!!), on Smashwords which offers various tiny formats including a neat small Kindle format to read on an iPhone…(this is how I proofread my books actually-download the free new Kindle versions, read on the go on my iPhone, & make edits later on my home desktop computer…)

 

*Theory Engineer (5 page pdf free download)*Here is a FREE PDf Download you can read & have right now called THEORY ENGINEER which is short but contains the salmonella cancer pneumonia linkage logic plus the breast cancer lump nonsurgical protocol for removal according to Sari Grove…You can give this to friends who have breast cancer if you want to…Please don’t sell it or repost it publicly as a pdf, mainly because this kind of information can be dangerous if misused or misunderstood, so let people come here to get it themselves so they can ask me questions grove@sent.com or send me compliments…You are welcome! Sari Grove 

*Theory Engineer (5 page free pdf download)

A Vase is a Visual Artist Self-Employed

First…My apologies to those who were subscribed to sarigrove.com & got like a whole pile of blog posts all together today…

I migrated my grovecanada.ca Wix website to WordPress.com as a blog because the Flash nature of the Wix website, though beautiful, was interfering with people finding it…

I am keeping the Wix website(at grovecanada.ca) but have put the whole thing here, in case people have missed out on some good information because Search Engines were not seeing the Flash site…

So…Sorry…

By the way…

if you have a website & want to migrate it, I used a service called CMS to CMS http://www.cms2cms.com/

CMS to CMS EASILY grabs a website & migrates it to the provider of your choice…

I should mention-I wanted to migrate from Wix to WordPress.com…What I did was migrate from Wix to a WordPress.org thingy they produce for you, called a preview, & they give you a username testuser, & password testuser, to get into the dashboard…

From that preview site, which was actually a WordPress.org thing, I MANUALLY, copied & pasted each post(I chose BLOG as the template style I wanted), INTO my existing WordPress.com blog as individual posts…

I was NOT able to find an easier way to go from WordPress.org to WordPress.com

But it only cost me $21 dollars, & about a mere hour of copying & pasting…

Some of the links or embeds didn’t work in WordPress.com when I moved them over…You can find the original stuff still at grovecanada.ca (just look at the headings to find the right page)…