Flowerpot Island – Tobermory
These unique rock formations are found on Flowerpot Island just north of Tobermory Ontario. We took the boat trip over and had fun exploring the island. It is well worth the trip if you ever get the chance.
Here is the description from the island website.
Just 6.5 kilometers off the coast of Tobermory lies Flowerpot Island, one of Canada’s most fascinating natural attractions. Flowerpot Island is famous for its natural sea stacks, the “flowerpots”, as well as its caves, historic lightstation and variety of rare plants. Accessible only by boat, Flowerpot Island is the only island in Fathom Five National Marine Park with campsites and hiking trails. It is a great place to spend half or a full day exploring the island, viewing the scenery, picnicking or swimming.
Big Tub Lighthouse
Sailing to Little Tub Harbour Tobermory, we passed by the lighthouse at the entrance of Big Tub. It was a warm day the the swimmers were testing out the cool water.
MS Chi-Cheemaun is a passenger and car ferry in Ontario, Canada, which traverses Lake Huron between Tobermory on Bruce Peninsula and South Baymouth on Manitoulin Island. Wikipedia
During the winter they keep her in the port of Owen Sound. It is a good thing that they put that chain and padlock on or might have been tempted to take her out for a spin!