You saw the beautiful stretch of sandy beach at Port Dalhousie yesterday. Today we see the shoreline just west of Jordan. We're facing west in these pictures - you can see the Hamilton escarpment in the background. It's an expansive view that showcases the Lake and the shoreline.
The shoreline is very similar all along this area - from Martin Road to Tufford Road - the corresponding numbers on yesterday's map would be in the 10 to 14 range. It is called low shoreline. The road is right against the shoreline with houses scattered along the north side. Some of the houses are old cottages from days gone by, and others are modern houses with the lake view, but not the shoreline mansions further west. The road starts and stops. It is not continuous along the lake. I expect this is due to erosion and property ownership. There are small stretches of private lanes and roads and property that doesn't have public access of any kind.
I've explored this area in the past - looking for orchards overlooking the water. However, that's not the normal situation - the winds are too strong at the water's edge. It will be blustery out there today.