My hubby decided since I love lakes we would go see one associated with his youth. Unfortunately the trek from the parking lot to the water's edge was about 1/2 a mile.
Having meniscus tears and Baker's cysts in both knees does not make such a walk an easy one. But I trudged on trying to please him.
Fortunately there were park benches strategically placed along the path
to collapse on every couple feet.
Along the way we saw a group of local senior citizens gathered to dance at a pavilion there.
There were boaters and expensive real estate.
And folks like us just sitting there under the umbrellas taking in the scenery.
Clouds threatened rain putting a damper on the day, though.
"Lake St. Clair is a fresh water lake that has a surface area of 430 miles and is located 6 miles north and east of Windsor, Ontario and Detroit,
. It is a shallow lake for it's size with an average depth of 11 ft. Though in the navigation channel it's 27 feet deep. The lake was named for Clare of Michigan on whose feast day it was discovered by European explorers." Assisi