纪小洽After the “fighters” in the reserve experienced yesterday’s shopping in the shopping mall, today we embarked on the road to the Crawford reserve. It is located in the northern part of the small town of Milton. A friend ordered a car online. A group of people navigate by car. Since it is not a weekend, there are not many people and parking is convenient. The first thing that caught the eye during the tour experience were some cottages modeled after Indian culture, with a few items in them. For those of us from China, it seemed to be back in the 1980s. We walked along the Bruce Trail shown on the map. The steep slopes were all rocks and cracks everywhere. We had to be very cautious to avoid tripping or getting our feet inadvertently. After walking along the road for a while, you can see a viewing platform, the scenery is very pleasant, it happened that we also saw a few eagles flying overhead. Leave the viewing platform and continue walking. The scenery is infinitely beautiful. You can see huge rocks covered with moss. When you reach here, you will find that the road is flattened and covered by fallen leaves (it was autumn when we went) and looked up. It is very charming under the blue sky. Finally, we came to the wooden boardwalk around the lake, standing here you can have a close view of the lake, which is very good. Tips It is worth noting to bring dry food, water, etc., there are no small shops around, because it is a bit remote, and there are no bus stops, it is still worth visiting in autumn.
The dry riverbed came out of the feeling of surfing. There were few visitors in the park on weekends, and a large number of Canadian geese gathered to demonstrate, so that a human cub rode into their territory, let alone escape, and didn't even bother to lift its head.
Farm was small but a nice place to go to for a half a day trip. I do find it more fitting for couples and girlfriends to go to and less so for family outings. The only reason I say this is because kids may find it boring as it's not very kids friendly, by this I mean no parks for them to play in or anything engaging for the little ones to keep them entertained.