25-Jul-2014 -- I spent the day driving eastwards from Toronto to Kingston. Beforehand, I had noticed a row of three Degree Confluence Points - on the 44 Degrees North line of latitude - that appeared to be quite easy, so of course I had to attempt to visit these en route. First was this point, just to the north-east of greater Toronto, in the small town of Ashburn. Satellite imagery helped me a lot here. It showed the confluence point to be in a field just behind a house, but also showed that there was a large field to the west that I could likely use to reach the point without having to bother the residents of the house.
When I got near the point, I found that the field to the west was filled with growing corn, but that I could walk southwards along its eastern edge without disturbing the crop. I then crossed a rickety old fence to enter the field behind the house. This field was also filled with growing corn. The confluence point appeared to be a metre or so inside the corn stalks. (However, my GPS display showed an error of +/- 2 metres, so it's possible that the actual confluence point lies just outside the corn. In any case, I took the north-east-south-west photos from the edge of the corn, otherwise they would have all looked the same.