The beach, at the bottom of Brimley Road, is a very popular spot in summer. Even on this December morning, in breezy 0 degrees, many people were out walking or playing with their dogs.
High above the beach are the “Cathedral Bluffs”:
There are hundreds of Bank Swallow nests in the cliffs and these are very busy in spring and early summer:
some pebbles in the beach:
some crustacean shells:
some Buffleheads in the lake:
the trail, which runs east of the parking lot:
The golden buds of Soapberry (also called Buffalo-berry) , a shrub which is not common in the Toronto area: