On another adventure last week, we found ourselves at Crawford Lake.
The lake was named after the Crawford family. You can still see the remains of the front porch that must have had a fantastic view of their very own meremitic lake, but a bunch of a-hole teenagers set fire to the house and it burnt down.
The land was once inhabited by Iroquois Indians, and you can even tour the Wendat village that’s been reconstructed to show how it would have looked long ago.
Walking around the perimeter of the lake is a very relaxing, peaceful experience. Since the lake is essentially undisturbed, you can just imagine the Crawford family enjoying an afternoon swim, or even the Iroquois people doing the same, or perhaps they were fishing, concentrating heavily on catching the big one for dinner.