... it's one of 5 actually but it happens to be our favourite. It's constantly changing in colour as these pics illustrate. It can be dead calm or have 6 foot swells. It is the 3rd largest fresh water lake in the world with over 6,000 kms of shoreline. As large and majestic as Lake Huron is - it is fragile and needs our help. We have to take better care of our beautiful lake so our grandchildren and their grandchildren can enjoy Grand Bend and Lake Huron as much as we do.
Go Huron. Go Bend. We had a great Aquafest celebration this summer (in the rain of course) where the focus was on water. In addition to a free "pedal powered" concert, the guest speaker was Canadian Maude Barlow a former senior advisor to the UN on water issues.
We are still in first place in Ontario. According to the CBC last night the nominations keep rolling in for Grand Bend. Keep up the good work everyone. Actual voting begins next week.