Lake Joseph at dawn is still, smooth and cool. A tiny dinghy, Go Between, can safely meander along the shore out to Sister Island, pausing for sketching moments. Later boat traffic wakes tumble on the rocky shore as dragonflies cruise for a meal. Finally the setting sun catches on rocky edges edges and far shore with a final golden burst of colour.
Muskoka’s first transport system was the lakes. Many of those those heritage craft are still in use. They come in many sizes, many shapes, many modes of power.
Muskoka had over 600 farms of all sorts in the 1950s. Not so many now. But, the local food movement provides a summer marketplace
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