Reels of drying nets are a common sight in picturesque Tobermory at the extreme end of the Bruce peninsula where Georgian Bay merges into Lake Huron. The chief local industry is fishing and it is a famous place of supply for the highest quality of lake trout and whitefish. Its narrow, rocky coves, full of fishing tugs when the fleet is in, are not unlike the indented coasts of Brittany and Cornwall and have a rugged grandeur that few visitors will ever forget. Above is a view of the main wharf and it has none of the unkemptness and assorted aromas of a maritime fishing hamlet. The town is also important as home port of the ferry north to Manitoulin Island past Flower Post Island.