A great trip

There are a handful of beaches along Lake Ontario in Toronto, some in sites where you can swim and others in sites where you can’t. The city assigns some locations as designated swimming areas, but others are without lifeguard duty and supervision. This doesn’t begin until July every year when the weather gets sizzling enough for swimming. There are some people who balk at swimming in Lake Ontario, but I’ve been doing it since I was a kid. Some of my friends won’t join me, although they’re thrilled to go swimming at their relatives houses along Lake Huron to the north. For many years I didn’t get a chance to head out to Lake Ontario again, either for swimming or even just standing along the waterbanks to get a appealing view of the water. My task in Yorkdale has myself and others on the north end of the Greater Toronto Area most mornings, so I have to schedule a dedicated trip for an entire afternoon if I want to head south for Old Toronto and sites care about the CN Tower and the Rogers Centre next door. It was a lot more fun to do these activities when I was younger, whereas nowadays I’d much rather explore nature in a nearby city park. But an aged friend of mine asked myself and others recently if I wanted to acsupplier him to Woodbine Beach and I realized I had never easily been to that identifiable Lake Ontario beach. It’s a fairly popular beach and it easily lived up to its reputation that day as there were families for as far as the eye could see.

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