At the north end of Bass Lake the lake turns into several hundred acres of marsh, which eventually becomes the Indian River, which flows into Georgian Bay right about where Balmy Beach starts.
Some of those hundreds of acres are part of Falling Downs.
At this time of year the marsh is full of frog choirs. The frogs' song falls and rises and rises and falls. It falls and rises as thousands of frogs sing in unison.
Ten thousand frogs in that marsh across the road are singing in unison.
And if that isn't enough to make you believe in God, then the birds chime in.
The frogs will hit a high note and there'll be multiple bird chirps hitting that high note right along with them.
Its a crazy Falling Down's moment.