It is a beautiful day, the sky is blue, the water is calm, the Captain is ready and it's a Tuesday, one of my favourite days for a boat ride - no traffic on the lake :). Yes Lake Muskoka can get quite busy on a weekend especially up by Port Carling, it can be like trying to find parking in Toronto when the Blue Jays are playing in the playoffs, NUTS.
Off we set, as we leave the safety of our channel, and hit the big lakes the wind and the waves start to pick up, the ride may be a little bumpy but we aren't turning back.
Sorry to tell you, but that little extra cash you have in the bank - too late this cottage just sold for $8.5M.
This is the Water's Edge, a lovely place to have a bite to eat and a glass of wine after a boat ride or a game of golf. Always a good chance you will meet a hockey player there, this time it was Wendel Clark.
Port Sandfield is also famous for the marina where we bought our 1st boat. It was an Edson and a great boat that gave us lots of miles of tubing, touring and skiing. I am trying to talk Jim into buying a pontoon boat. Thinking maybe if I get this shark painted on it Jim might get onboard. :)
Lots of fun as we pull out of the lock back in Lake Muskoka the Peerless is heading home for the night. As you can only go 9 km through the river, we get to follow it down into Lake Muskoka.