Algonquin Park


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Algonquin Park

n
(Placename) a provincial park in S Canada, in E Ontario, containing over 1200 lakes. Area: 7100 sq km (2741 sq miles)
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Their stated purpose is to give suitable recognition to the residents of that region of Ontario including north of Algonquin Park and Manitoulin Island.
One of the five churches he served was in Algonquin Park, Ont., where "as many as 500 young people" would come to services, he said.
Thomson's favorite spot was Canoe Lake in Ontario's Algonquin Park. In 1912, he first visited the park, where he camped and canoed, finding painting inspirations from the nature all around him.
Visit the Virginias, Carolinas or Tennessee for amazing colour displays, or head above the border to Canada's Algonquin Park or Cape Breton Island.
The authors of Wild Women: Painters of the Wilderness are three painters who share an attraction to wilderness and who trek the backcountry of eastern Ontario and Algonquin Park to gain new artistic inspiration from the landscapes they observe.
"It was created in around 1919 in Algonquin Park in Southern Ontario, about 150 miles north-northwest of New York.
"Dropping a heavy pack in Algonquin Park beside a shallow lake in late summer and wading in is a favourite water-related memory.
Eagerly, he told me he had tried to get a book published, a series of short stories about Algonquin Park, and realized upon rereading it, he needed somebody to ghost write it for him.
Thomson was an up-and-coming painter when he turned up dead near Canoe Lake in Algonquin Park, Ontario, in 1917.
Non-profit Canadian registered charity The Friends of Algonquin Park and EarthCam said they have partnered to share live streaming video, panorama, and archived imagery of scenic Algonquin Park.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 23, 2014-The Friends of Algonquin Park works with EarthCam to share live views of Algonquin Park