|Location||North Shore of Lake Huron, Canada|
|Date||September 24-28, 2003|
Wednesday, September 24 Departed from Denison at 2:30 PM. Drove to Buffalo, NY via I-71 and I-90. Continued to Niagara Falls to admire the falls. Continued driving to the vicinity of Toronto, Ontario to stay overnight.
Thursday, September 25 Departed from hotel at 9:00 AM. Drove north on Route 400 and then Route 69 along the east side of Georgian Bay, stopping to examine highly deformed metamorphic rocks in the Parry Sound shear zone along the shores of Georgian Bay, a Great Lakes paleo-flow channel at French River, and the Grenville Front tectonic zone. The night was spent in Sudbury.
Friday, September 26 Departed from motel at 8:00 AM. On this day we completed a transect through the Sudbury Basin along Route 144, examining the unique rocks and structures associated with the meteorite impact event that created the basin. We began in the Archean basement north of the basin, and proceeded southeast and up section through the various units that form the basin and indicate its impact origin. We again be stayed in Sudbury.
Saturday, September 17 Departed from motel at 8:00 AM and drove west on Route 17 (the Trans-Canada Highway), eventually turning south on Route 6 to Espanola and Manitoulin Island. We examined Proterozoic rocks of the Huronian Supergroup, and overlying fossiliferous Paleozoic sedimentary rocks of the Michigan Basin. Arriving in South Baymouth, on the southeast end of Manitoulin Island to depart for a 2-hour ferry ride to Tobermory on the Bruce Peninsula. There we spent the night.
Sunday, September 28 Depart and drove south along the shore of Lake Huron to Sarnia, where we crossed into the US. We passed through Detroit and Toledo .