You may recall a few posts back, in the middle of our first tour of Scotland, I mentioned the Loch Ness monster. Well it must have been on my mind, for when we stopped at the shoreline the other day we saw a swirl in the water that convinced us there was a Georgian Bay monster lurking in our neighbourhood! And I'm serious!
Even in this shot of the beautiful blue bay you can see the swirl in the water out there. (Sorry about the reflection, shot through the car window).
At times it really looked like something was cresting the water surface.
And then we saw another swirl off to the left, a little closer to shore. I'm sure you can come up with rational explanations, but I prefer to think it's evidence of a Georgian Bay monster, to add to all the other myths and legends associated with the '6th Great Lake'.
And let me assure you, if you check out the actual sightings of the Loch Ness monster, this is all you will find!
Hard to say what it was/is, but it sure is fun to speculate! :-)ReplyDelete
I think it was either a Russian Submarine, a Beluga Whale, or a massive pod of Sardines:))ReplyDelete
We are great at imagining and unless someone can prove us wrong, we can continue to believe what we want! I think you might be right!ReplyDelete
What a fun sighting! I saw something in the water along the north shore here. Probably a seal…not where you are though.ReplyDelete
Something was in the water doing that.ReplyDelete
All you needed for sure was a tail to stick up out of the water.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your imagination -- we all have a little kid in us that wants to believe.ReplyDelete
Well, there definitely appears to be something stirring up the water. Why couldn't it be the Georgian Bay monster?ReplyDelete
Every bit as convincing as some of the photos of Nessie! Quite near to hear a seal has found its way up the river system and has now taken up residence in a fishing lake. The lake is well stocked with fish and the seal shows no inclination to leave.ReplyDelete
Mystical... you should dive there!ReplyDelete
Fun in JanuaryReplyDelete
A monster for sure. Good post.ReplyDelete
You are on to something here!ReplyDelete