The ubiquitous cedar.

landscapeWithSubmergedRocks-SMGeorgian Bay conjures up visions of pines bent from the incessant wind but the very edge of the Bay is populated by tough little cedar trees that somehow defy some very nasty winter winds to grow in little or, seemingly, no earth.

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The Bay, The Bay, aaaaahhhh, The Bay

A week camping and canoeing through the Georgian Bay archipelago brushes stress away like a broom through cobwebs. Perfect canoe weather with lots of sun and more sun and even more sun. landscapeWithDarkWater-sm