Point Pelee National Park of Canada
Point Pelee National Park is a the southernmost point in mainland Canada.
The park is a wildlife sanctuary and is noted for its cattail marsh, woodland, and sandy beaches. The point is also part of a bird and butterfly migration corridor over Lake Erie. It resounds with migrating song birds in the spring, hums with cicadas in the summer, flutters with Monarch butterflies in the fall and is a peaceful place in the winter.
We visited the park again in a cold winter day, the weather was very nice, and temperature was not that low so we could well manage a long time outside activate.
Thank my long- time supporter for carrying a heavy bag for me, even though he was eventually back to warm himself and left me alone at the beach for sunset.
Jan 7, 2009