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Muskoka Moments - Unforgettable Muskoka Hospitality Post Image

Muskoka Moments - Unforgettable Muskoka Hospitality

September 22, 2020

By Michael Duben For many years, scores of visitors from all over Canada and the world have journeyed to Muskoka to enjoy this idyllic part of Ontario, blessed with spectacular natural features. Muskoka is well known for delivering world class hospitality at its many fine accommodations which include resorts, inns, lodges...

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Embracing Healthy Living in Muskoka's Outdoors

September 22, 2020

Article by Meghan Smith / Photography by Andy Zeltkalns Living a healthy lifestyle can have a broad range of meaning, depending on the audience. What constitutes a balance of physical and mental well-being changes as we age and depends on our stage of life. Whether you enjoy tackling new pursuits, prefer to...

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Northern Exposure –the Photography of Helen Grose

September 18, 2020

Article by Matt Driscoll / Photography by Tomasz Szumski Minute by minute and season by season, the canvas of the natural world is transformed and redrawn. It’s Helen Grose’s mission to frame that canvas and share the experience with the wider world. A fine art nature photographer, Grose was born in Oakville...

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Nature's Forge - Blacksmith bends metal to reflect her environment

September 15, 2020

Article by Matt Driscoll/ Photography by Heather Douglas The story of fire and metal is nearly as old as civilization itself. Although the methods have changed over the centuries, Deb Harkness follows a very long line of blacksmiths bending metal to their will. Unlike her forebears, Harkness’s finished products are more creative...

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Wild Muskoka Botanicals– Edibles from the Backyard

September 12, 2020

Article by Judy Vanclieaf / Photography by Kelly Holinshead "Eat your weeds” is something we would not have ever heard our parents say. But then, we never had the likes of pickled cattails, white pine vinegar, strawberry and sumac shrubs or spruce tips with sweet gale salt sitting on the table....

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Downsizing Weddings to Fit the Changing Times

September 08, 2020

Article by Meghan Smith All weddings have the same end goal – a marriage or the union of two people. The paths to achieving that union and the scene on the day of the marriage are drastically different, depending on the couple. Brides and grooms spend weeks, months and sometimes years...

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