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.
Lovely photos ! Oh I am glad I know what poison ivy looks like could you imaging some one who doesn't stepping in all that OUCH ! Thanks for sharing . Have a good evening !ReplyDelete
Your photos are stirring my hitch-itch & restless nature to drive right up to the Bruce again & look at some properties. Such a peaceful spiritual place that whole area is.ReplyDelete
So kind of someone to post that warning sign. The view is beautiful!!ReplyDelete
Too bad they don't spray the Pi it is rotten stuff...but the views are great! :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful views except for the poison oak, it jumps on me. After all these years, my husband does not trust me when I call a similar plant Virginia Creeper. it has five I point out but he's not listening. We eliminated our by salting the ground heavily on the plant base. Other things will grow but it's better than using poison.ReplyDelete
Have a blessed week.
Lovely lake. Too bad about the poison ivy beach!ReplyDelete
Not a plant that we have to contend with over here, I'm pleased to say. But then again we don't have those views either!ReplyDelete
An amazing view indeed, and nice photos.ReplyDelete
The sky does a nice job of enhancing your photos.ReplyDelete
Too bad there is so much poison ivy by that beach area.It looks like a gorgeous area to visit.ReplyDelete
What beautiful water and sky! And I wouldn't have recognized the ground cover without the sign. That's a LOT of poison ivy. :-)ReplyDelete
Yipes, I'd be avoiding that poison ivy....am really allergic. Lovely scenes, however.ReplyDelete
How cruel nature can sometimes be. You see a lovely beach, and then, if you have a trained eye, you see the poison ivy. We have a well known hiking area that has much of that growing in it. We used to go there as children for end of school picnics. Every year, some children would get into the poison ivy despite the warnings. I still remember the case of hives my brother had from it. He should have followed the rules.ReplyDelete
The Ivy couldn't spoil the views just the access. Great scenery.ReplyDelete
Looks like a pretty spot for the view of the water and sky. Too bad about the poison ivy! Wonderful series, enjoy your week ahead!ReplyDelete
My aunt's spent time on that waterfront, collecting rocks!ReplyDelete
Looks like a beautiful place. Serene and quiet. Perfect to relax except for the poison ivy. Lol.ReplyDelete
Beautiful view of the water and sky. That is a lot of poison ivy. I'd have to stay far away from that!!ReplyDelete
We drove that road!!!!!! We visited the lighthouse, too! The area is as beautiful as you have said. So grateful we were able to visit your splendid area!ReplyDelete
It looks beautiful there but what a shame there is poison ivy growing along the shore! I've never seen it growing so wouldn't know what it looks like in the wild.ReplyDelete
What a stunning view except that the beach us covered with poison ivy. At least someone wrote a warning sign. I wouldn't have known, I haven't seen poison ivy yet.ReplyDelete
The view is to die for.ReplyDelete
Worth a Thousand Words
Love that area of the Bruce. spent many fun times in and around Hope Bay.ReplyDelete