Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Address: 50 St. Joseph Street,
Date: June 2021
Primrose the donkey was born prematurely in England in 2012. She needed to wear casts on her front legs until they grew stronger. A nice pair of pink casts were made for her. Now Toronto, Canada has a statue of Primrose in its Clover Hill Park.
When we saw some photos of the Primrose sculpture, we couldn't resist to go down and say hello for ourselves.
Primrose is not alone. There is a group of wooden sculptures sitting on the other side of the park. There is a small colony of rabbits and a couple of snails.
Not that Toronto needs more of them, but there is also a wooden raccoon sculpture. We were happy to visit all of Primrose's little friends.
To add even a little more magic to the park, there is also a cluster of mushroom seats. You could even perch up on top of one like the caterpillar from Alice in Wonderland if you wanted.
The real Primrose is all grown up now and no longer needs her casts. If you want to see her at her cutest you can visit Clover Hill Park on Bay Street where she will forever remain that little preemie donkey.
Map of Our World
Primrose , Clover Hill Park
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