As I mentioned we planned on getting out and about on Saturday, which we did. We slept in a little, and after breakfast, we packed the dogs into the car, and off we drove. No specific plans, just driving up North.
It was clear from the start, that we were about one week too late, to enjoy the beautiful Fall foliage. At least the weather was nice, and sunny. I love getting close to bodies of water if possible. Somehow we ended up in Keswick, Cook's Bay, Lake Simcoe. Didn't think it was so close, and Keswick is a bigger town then I thought.
It's hard to find spots where you can actually get close to the Lake, any Lake for that matter, but we found one.
Being in places like that makes me always happy.
On our way back we drove by Sharon Temple. Not the best shot of it, but the best shot would have been right from an intersection, and that was not going to happen. Too bad though, because it IS a lovely building. I've known about this Temple for years, but we never came close to were it is. Now I know. (if you follow the link you'll get to see the Temple in all it's glory, and its history is interesting too)
What's interesting in the next picture is the long, straight road, of which we have many around here. (Leslie street, heading South)
It was really good to get away from home, even only for a few hours. It was good that we did it, when we did it too, because in the evening it started raining, and it hasn't stopped since.