Wednesday 20 April 2011: Cook's Bay is grey
Cook's Bay is named after the famous British navigator, James Cook. It's located at the southern point of Lake Simcoe which is named after John Graves Simcoe, the first Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada (which morphed later into the Province of Ontario). The men had a connection through Simcoe's father, says the Wiki link at the beginning of this text. It was cold and windy. The waves were a bit choppy so not a lot of good blipping time or weather today. Day three of teaching nearby.
Edward had zip to blip today so I have another shot at the same location here.