Coast Guard boats, new buoy Lake Ontario, outboard canoe fishing, bike tricks Credit River breakwater, man in a tree: What are Things I Saw Last Week
|CCGS Griffon Lake Ontario at Port Credit Saddington Park|
|CCGS Griffon at Saddington Park Mississauga|
|Small Canadian Coast Guard Vessel in Credit River at Lake Ontario|
|New Buoy Lake Ontario off Credit River entrance Saddington Park|
To manage, maintain, and provide aids to navigation in Canadian waters in order to facilitate safe and expeditious movement of maritime traffic to protect the marine and freshwater environment, maintain maritime safety and to facilitate maritime commerce and ocean development . . . through to floating aids (small, medium and large buoys.
|Sunlight Highlights Buoy Lake Ontario at Port Credit|
|Lake Ontario Buoy off Saddington Park Mississauga|
|Fishermen Launch Outboard Canoe Saddington Park|
|Sternback Canoe with Outboard Motor Credit River Fishing|
|Before: Bike Trick on Breakwater Saddington Park East Side|
|After: Bike Trick on Breakwater Saddington Park East Side|
|Man in Tree Saddington Park Mississauga|
Also seen but not photographed were the first sailboats, small fishing boats, canoes and kayaks of the season, as well as two hardy chaps on SeaDos, and several tankers heading across Lake Ontario; feisty Trumpeter Swans defending their mates, black cormorants fishing, and dozens of Red Wing Blackbirds back for the season. Now let's hope the weather warms up!
Related blog post Boats Mississauga from last Spring.