Welcome inside 45 of the north country's most enticing boathouses: the rustic, the charming, the grand and the glamorous. Some date back to the nineteenth century and have changed little over the past 100 years; others are recent eye-catching additions to
Painter Doug Dunford has devoted many years to capturing on canvas the wooden runabouts of Ontario’s
Muskoka region. This volume contains some of his finest work and the magic that can happen when a skilled painter is moved by the work of skilled boatbui
Ontario's cottage country is famous for its blue lakes and rocky shores, and this wonderful coffee table book captures the spirit of cottage country like no other book before it. John de Visser's award-winning photographs combine with Judy Ross's homespun
Muskoka has long been Ontario's most glamorous lake district, the holiday retreat of choice for generations of successful Americans and Canadians. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, industrial moguls from Pittsburgh such as the Mellons, Clemsons, Hillmans
Find out what owners, designers, and architects did to make each of these 25 boathouses an exceptional place to live as well as to store canoes, motorboats, and vintage mahogany launches. Also contains the stories of how these singular shoreline structure
Muskoka's past and present fuse in McQuarrie's stunning photography, the archival pictures he's unearthed, and the engaging texts by famous Muskokans he's compiled in this hardcover passport to one of Canada's most famous districts.
Muskoka's past and present fuse in McQuarrie's stunning photography, the archival pictures he's unearthed, and the engaging texts by famous Muskokans he's compiled. A perfect passport to one of Canada's most famous districts.
For nearly half a century, one of the most scenic landmarks in Muskoka has been the half kilometre pink granite canyon known as the Huckleberry Rock cut. Blasted in the early 1960s as a way of rerouting the road, it introduced a generation of travellers t
A history of Port Cockburn, a once-thriving port community - now just a few houses, on Muskoka's Lake Joseph. 183 pages with biliography and many B&W photos. Navy blue cloth with silver lettering on spine and front.