As you can see it was a beautiful morning. The sky was bright blue. The lake, Lake Ontario, was also blue but I did not test the waters that morning.
This is our destination. There are two psuedo lighthouses at the end of each pier. I say pseudo because they are just buildings built in the shape of lighthouses and painted like lighthouses but are not lighthouses, they are much too small.
Our path has been cleared for us by the city by small bulldozer machines. I wonder how they knew we'd be there. Kind of them, wasn't it.
A better view. The two piers are across from each other allowing tankers and other boats to get to the docking piers in Hamilton harbour.
The bridges get people across the waterway. On the right is the Skyway Bridge for those who want to get to the other side quickly. On the left is the old lift bridge for those that are risk takers - you never know when a large tanker might need to pass under this bridge. Loud horns signal the lift ascent and descent, and a wait in the car can take awhile.
Which way do you want to go today? We are heading left.
Not the nicest of views. As I mentioned in another post, the hydro lines were placed along the beach in this area. Why oh why?
A great walk that day. Not too cold either considering there is usually a wind that comes off the lake which can make a stroll along the lake unpleasant.