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Muskoka Moonlight

Too bad I didn’t have my tripod with me… Beautiful scene right outside the cottage, but these were the best shots I could take with the rocks on the ground. Awesome moonlight.

Nature

August 19th.

I can’t believe its August 19th.  Some people hate that phrase “I can’t believe_________”.  But seriously. How did this happen? How did the summer woosh by so quicky.   953 more words

Muskoka, Mosquitos & Henny Penny

If were to chose a location in which to live, without needing to consider cost, job, post educational opportunities for the children, or proximity to family, the choice would be easy. 1,132 more words

Family

Julia and Rachael’s excellent Muskoka adventure

This week, Dispatches from the Field welcomes guest blogger Julia Colm, a Masters student at Queen’s University with lots of stories to tell about working in Ontario’s beautiful cottage country.  1,082 more words

Field Biology

Last Evening of Public Summer Readings in Muskoka!

COTTAGE COUNTRY WRITERS

Present

Tall Pine Tales

A series of public readings by talented writers

from Haliburton and Muskoka

comes to an end on

Monday, August 18, 7 pm… 89 more words

Creativity

Sleeping alone

If you’ve been following my blog for awhile, you may remember a post a while back about learning to *cringe* (I hate this word) cuddle in my first year of university. 1,003 more words

Canada