MUSKOKA REFLECTIONS by James Lumbers
Having spent most of my early years summering in Muskoka with my family, I developed a life long love for nature and the outdoors away from the city sprawl. Now as time passes by, new generations enjoy the ageless beauty of the rugged country that offered such hardship to the early settlers.
The old steamship Segwyn built in 1866, pictured here was once part of a fleet of ships that provided transportation and the necessities of life before there were adequate roads. like a ghost her reincarnation plies the water, giving new generations that certain thrill of excitement as she rounds the bend pffuing smoke from her funnel.
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