Having scuttled across the pristine golf course, expecting to be knocked cold at any second by a rocketing golf ball, we achieve our first sight of Fort Mississauga's most distinctive feature: The Tower, which I think of as a citadel, and which could conceivably be called a blockhouse...but Great Britain had a generally-unshared-by-other-militant-nations thing for the Martello Tower, so a tower I suppose it is.