I am sure you can tell why they call this Red Bay. We were gifted the use of a fabulous cottage in Red Bay on Lake Huron (one of Ontario's Great Lakes) for a week. We've been coming here for over 10 years, and have come to love this area, and bought a cottage on the other side of the peninsula a few years ago. After selling our cottage (you can see that HERE) last year, I have missed coming up to The Bruce Peninsula so much. I loved the drive up through the countryside stopping at Dars Delights for Cornish Pasties and the Williamsford Pie Company for rhubarb pies, and the many, many stops along the way to photograph cows. So when we were offered this cottage for the week, we leaped at the chance. The lake in this bay is warm and shallow and it is quite a hike out to get past your knees. At night we climb up to the tree house and watch the sun set from the balcony. Every night it's pretty well the same and pretty well different too. It's a tradition up here to gather outside at sunset with wine or coffee and watch it plunge into the milky lake.