Sunday, May 09, 2010

Scarborough Bluffs

The weather forecast had wind warnings so we made the journey to the Scarborough Bluffs to see if anyone was taking advantage of the wind to get some surfing in. There were some cars with surf boards waiting for the perfect conditions of wind and surf to provide some good waves but that didn't happen while we there.

The waves were churning the beaches and the wind was blowing very small parts of the bluffs into our faces. Coming up to the bluffs we looked way down upon Lake Ontario and Bluffer's Park - when they say steep drop ahead they really mean it. You could see the sediment along the edges of the bluffs turn the water brown and further out the water was different shades of green and blue.

The rain started to fall and the drop in temperature also brought snow back to us in May so the wide expanse of sandy beach of Bluffer's Park was empty of sun worshipers and the lifeguard stations were left waiting for the season to begin.

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