|Chef Kim at Windjammer - GO!|
Our third day in Canada introduced some new crops: tobacco, asparagus, cherries, apples.
|We have missed the season for asparagus, unfortunately!|
|Tobacco was once a big crop in the area|
We also began to see a few glimpses of the Lake from the road. But again - not like I expected for a road called Lakeshore!
|I have never seen a sign like this|
|Finally a glimpse of the lake!|
Many small towns along the coast were once ports, and so there are lighthouses . . . always fun to see.
|Port Burwell lighthouse|
We are staying tonight with a Warm Showers host, Klaas, at the Triple C Camp near Port Ryerse. He's fixed dinner for us and now we are watching the Tour - Yay! His home is right on the lake, above the lake by about 70 feet. It's a beautiful view.
|View of the lake from outside Klaas's place|
The day's report: Port Stanley to Ryerse, 59.2 miles/4585 to date.
Tomorrow another milestone: We will begin our fourth month on the tour.