13heading leisurely out above the blue lake water,
14to disappear all too soon behind a low-flying flight of clouds.
1] Sunnyside Beach: the amusement park and public beach on the shores of Lake Ontario, just off Lakeshore Boulevard and south of Parkside Drive, in southwest-central Toronto, popular from the late 19th century to 1955-56. Pictures of the original roller-coaster (as well as the one reconstructed in 1932-33), named, appropriately, the Miller "Flyer," can be seen online at the Coaster Enthusiasts of Canada Web site (about 1923-24, 1926, 1932/33, 1937). See also the history by Richard Bonner. The park was closed to make room for the present Gairdner Expressway, which separates Toronto from its shoreline and is generally chock-a-block with traffic. Back to Line