While further exploring the west shore of the Bruce Peninsula, on another evening we drove up to Dorcas Bay, part of the Bruce Peninsula National Park. It's probably the best beach with public access on the northern peninsula. And my pictures revealed a 'seiche'!
Dorcas Bay has a very interesting history, which I've played a small part in, as I first came here in 1962! It was rescued from cottage development by Ontario Nature (then the Federation of Ontario Naturalists) in that year, and managed as a nature reserve for many years. I was Chair of the committee that cared for it for a few years, and brought students here numerous times. It was eventually sold to Parks Canada when the national park was established. Perhaps I'll tell the story in more detail next year when I can get more pictures.