Sunday afternoon we decided to see how close we could get to Cedar Point amusement park and see some of the rides which we have been noticing from across Lake Erie. We drove on the causeway which took us directly into the park, however we were immediately prevented from going any further because of the presence of a ticket booth. What a difference from the late 1800s when a ferry transported people over to that island and there were only white sandy beaches, picnic tables and a dancing pavilion! From Cedar Point we drove to the waterfront of Sandusky for a fish supper. Perch and walleye are the common fish of Lake Erie, we have hardly missed a day since we have arrived here to partake of a fish meal. After supper we walked across the street to a park with an interesting statue. It is of an African American couple with a baby. The sculpture was created with chains.