Lakeside Livin'

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Thanks to an impromptu invitation from Sean and Kim, we flitted off to Muskoka again for a few days. It's very pretty up there, and we spent a day cruising to all three of the big lakes of the Muskoka region - Muskoka, Joseph and Rosseau. It was interesting because the lakes are at different heights, and have to be negotiated via locks. We'd seen the lock concept in action before, but on a much larger scale. The small locks that connect Muskoka to Rosseau were a much simpler proposition, but based on the same idea as the big ones.

After that we packed up and went back to the other lakeside property at Loon Lake, owned by Sean's family. We had a nice barbie and a few drinks around the fire before turning in for the night. Unfortunately Sean had to get up and go back to work the next day - honestly, work just gets in the way! We had a few very relaxing lazy days doing not much more than swimming, boating, sleeping, watching a few DVDs, a bit of waterskiing, then more swimming. Hard to take, eh?

These freshwater lakes that are dotted across the Ontario landscape really are a good thing. I love swimming in the ocean, but I must admit to having developed quite an affinity for these freshwater Canadian lakes.

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