I arrive in Toronto a day and a half early for the main reason I am visiting this wonderful city. My early arrival gives me an opportunity to explore a bit more of the Toronto area.
With a Payless rental car, I head north. Little did I know that I would wake up in the hometown of the makers of Gatorade and Granola Bars.
It's about 11am before I am fully “shined” and ready to explore a bit more of Ontario.
However, it turns out to be no problem to past the time as I walk along Little Lake waterfront.
The morning air is crisp and the skies are clear as the signs of fall are beginning to take shape among the trees.
Talking to a local biker I am told the train usually comes by in the afternoon and so far in all of her crossings she has been lucky.
I am rewarded with even more spectacular views. Looking between the gaps in the track I can see straight to the bottom of the lake about fifty feet below.
Just below Silver Bean you can rent canoes for a peaceful way to explore Little Lake.
I wish I had the time to sit on the patio and enjoy the beautiful fall scenery but I think down the street my ship is about to come in.