Jean Warrington discusses going fishing as a child in the creek near the 9th Line of Innisfil. She used a stick with a string and safety pin tied to it, and she remembers catching a small perch but can't recall if the family ate it or not. The creek had been diverted to the east side of the Line by her uncle once the family moved onto the land. The creek is now about 10 feet wide. To keep the land along the sides of the diversion, her uncle planted limbs from willow trees, which eventually took root and grew there from 1935 until 2011 when the last one was cut down after new sewers cut off their roots and prevented the trees from thriving.