Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Chief Commanda Cruise Sign



Well yesterday we saw the sign for the The Boat restaurant, here's the sign for Georgian Bay Cruise Company's Chief Commanda II boat that now actually plies the water of Lake Nipissing since 1974.

Tomorrow's photo will show why the municipal dock is called King's Landing. Then a couple of days later, the photos of the actual Chief Commanda I & Chief Commanda II.

Oh and if you wondering about the bike path, the Kate Pace Way is on the east side (city side) of the road that hugs the beach. On this section of the path only wheels allowed (ie. bikes, rollerbladers etc.) since the west side (beach side) is reserved for walkers (pedesterians) only!

8 comments:

Rambling Round said...

Sounds like a well designed recreation area. It's nice that the signs are big and easily visible.

Joy said...

I love that lots of things are properly signposted. A tourist won't find it difficult to find their way around.

joy
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bluechic said...

yes I am noticing how everything is so nicely labeled, but not in the typical "institutional" style...there seems to be generally more 'color'

and this area does remind me a bit of that camping trip we decided not to stay on because I saw some bear prints in the dirt...

luke156 said...

thats a funny name for a boat, cool one!

Annie said...

Here there is controversy about whether the bikers/rollerbladers take precedence over the walkers or vice versa. I think there've been a few crashes.

FĂ©nix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

Such a nice place... I miss Canada SO much. Sigh.

Steve Buser said...

That must be a fun cruise -- two boats?

--steve buser
New Orleans Daily Photo

Neva said...

I love your signs...and your recreation area...