The waterfront closest to our campground up the Bruce is at Dyer's Bay, an old cottage community just to the east of us. There's a single long narrow road through the village, eventually reaching the lighthouse out at Cabot Head, but that's a long trip for another day.
On a sunny summer afternoon it's a stunning view down the shore, to the distant cliffs beyond.
But do you recognize the vegetation covering the cobbles in the foreground?
Perhaps this is a little easier to see, and you can read the warning sign someone has posted.
Yes, it's a carpet of Poison Ivy, its three leaves hanging down as they usually do, and some already turning the bright red of fall.
It's an equally nice view to the north, with an equally Poison Ivy covered beach.
And just for a bonus, here's another view of Hope Bay, 20 miles to the south. It's a shallow bay close to shore, so there are a number of buoys out there for tying up motorboats, and one very nice looking sailboat.