After a wonderful 25 years in Caledon we moved a little over an hour away to “scale down” for our semi-retirement.
We chose the Town of Wasaga Beach, in part for its proximity to Caledon where we still have an abundance of friends and family, not to mention it is the singular focus of my online publication JustSayinCaledon.com.
But the other reason is the glaringly obvious fact that I am, indisputably, a “water person”. Ironically you’ll often hear me say that water grounds me.
Wasaga Beach is nestled up against the waters of Nottawasaga Bay, a southern inlet of Georgian Bay which is the northeast arm of Lake Huron. The Nottawasaga River, from which the town derives its name, meanders through before emptying into the bay.
That beach is, as I like to say, as busy as Fort Lauderdale on spring break during the warmer weather months. But in the “off-season” it is a 14-kilometre, restful, scenic respite for water people like me.
You will assuredly be viewing pictures of Wasaga Beach all throughout Picture Pathway as I, and other participating photographers, share its beauty in our Sunsets, Just Beachy, Weather, Lake Love, and potentially other categories. This beach is eye-candy for us. But it’s also so much more.