Cottage Country


The genteel life in Ontario’s ‘near north’ is one enjoyed by millions every summer whether they are cottage owners or just renting for a week. People come from all over the world to enjoy the fresh air, forest, lakes and rivers. This scene is near Dorset… a tiny little village, but a place where the arts of forestry has been taught to generations of Canadians.

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2 Responses to Cottage Country

  1. susanhay says:

    Hi Tony:

    It seems that you are in the neighbourhood! My show is on at the Ethel Curry Gallery in Haliburton until the 15th, if you are still here. I believe you have a show at the Goderich Coop Gallery soon! Congratulations. I’ll be coming home at the end of the month. Will drop in then.



    • masqua says:

      I wanted to see the Curry Gallery very much, but, unfortunately, it was closed Tuesday through Thursday and no amount of whimpering at the door could change that. The Goderich show was closed on October 1, but expertly handled. Many kudos to the Co-op. During our short stay, we ranged all over the Highlands and missed few roads. It was a lovely mini-vacation full of blue skies and colourful scenery.

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