▶The Great Lakes of North America are a series of interconnected freshwater lakes located primarily in the upper mid−east region of North America, on the Canada−United States border, which connect to the Atlantic Ocean through the Saint Lawrence River.
▶The Great Lakes are also important because they contain 20 percent of the world's fresh water and exhibit tremendous biodiversity
▶These pictures are made on much smaller level of waterway transportation, used by owners of smaller boats to pass from one lake to other one during their vacation trips. The entire system used to accomplish such transfers is called locks.
▶The lakes and surrounding nature are very tranquil, providing a very relaxing ambient just perfect for the outdoor activity and enjoying the life.
▶During summer time, lakes are just perfect for swimming and all other water activities
▶To pass from one level to other, apparently boat owners have to follow very strict lock rules. Also, this isn’t a free service and it does not operate per a predetermined schedule, but there is no ruch nor stress.
▶Midland is a town located on Georgian Bay in Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada. It is part of the Huronia region of Central Ontario.
▶Midland has a rich history dating back to the first settlers in Ontario, who came and lived among the Huron aboriginal people in the 1600’s
▶The town of Midland was founded when, in 1871, the Midland Railway of Canada selected the sparsely populated community of Mundy's Bay as the new terminus of the Midland railway
▶In the summer months, the area's population grows to over 100,000 with seasonal visitors to more than 8,000 cottages, resort hotels, provincial and national parks in the surrounding municipalities of Penetanguishene, Tiny and Tay.
▶Midland Harbor is a picturesque natural attraction that tourists and boaters from around the world have been enjoying for many years.
▶Nowdays, Midland Harbourhas become known as a tranquil spot for locals and tourists to relax. The Harbour was built for cruise and passenger ships and is considered a major tourist destination for its Great Lakes access.