Unwinding in Canada’s Muskoka Lakes

The Segwun and vintage small craft.  By Arnold Berke In Ontario’s Muskoka Lakes, people use “cottage” as a verb, meaning not just where they stay but also what they do. Or don’t do, for “cottaging” here—among deep blue lakes, piney forests, and comely towns two hours north of Toronto—can be as lazy as you like. This is …

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