|Me, sharing a moment with a tree|
|A more sober look|
He had given me three choices of places to go and I chose the waterfront. We ended up in Burlington. There were so many cars there that we were lucky to find a parking spot.
We went for a nice walk first and I sighted the cutest little snail on a leaf.
Jeff's hand is more steady than mine so he took some shots of the dear little thing.
|The lovely little snail|
|Jeff's fingers holding the leaf up so I could get a better picture|
As we walked along, we saw many interesting things to see. It is more cultivated than Coots Drive trail. We saw grapes vines (now bare), milk pods (now gone) and we did not see a green tree frog.
I enjoyed this place very much but I really loved Coots Drive the best. However, each area has its own beauty.
|Crouching behind an interesting tree.|
I found this tree so interesting and a perfect spot to take some pictures.
After our walk on the paved pathway, we walked on the harder sand near the water's edge. It was unbelievable to see adults and children swimming on October 10th! It has been Indian Summer here for the last few days and everybody is taking advantage of that. Children were building sand castles and making paths in the sand for the water to flow from.
|Castles in the sand - do you remember doing that as a child?|
|Enterprising young children - it gladdens my heart to see them still doing simple, enjoyable things.|
We saw a fellow on a surf board, lots of motor crafts on the water, a few yachts but no sail boats. I found that interesting as on Hamilton's side of Lake Ontario, there are tons of sailboats. It is such a treat to see them from my window on nice clear days.
|Bathing beauties - Burlington style|
|We sat here for our coffee and cookies and to people watch.|
|Various beach shots.|
It was a most pleasant afternoon but after a few hours, it was getting a little cool so he dropped me off in front of my building.
It was good as I had had no sleep the night before so was getting very tired.
All in all, a nice outing with a friend near the beach.