Scrapbook of a Trip to Ontario, Canada in 1979
A well-constructed color photo representation of the trip. Fully captioned and includes cut paragraphs from brochures added to explain and describe the journey.
Two envelopes have been affixed to the front and rear endpages and contain brochures and maps. 14 pieces in total. There are 42 pages all filled with photos. Over 150 photos plus a few postcards. Several additional brochures are inserted into the pages.
Very Good / No Dust Jacket Issued. Item #014459
The trip begins with an overview of the St. Lawrence seaway and historical sites on and near Lake Ontario. The travelers journeyed along the Rideau Canal and had quite a visit in Ottawa showing many views of the cities striking architecture.
Moving into Quebec, they stopped in the mining town of Timmins and then discovered the rustic beauty of Kettle Lakes Provincial Park.
Looks like they took a ride on the Polar Bear Express in Cochrane as they moved north to James Bay. On to Lake Nipigon and Ouimet Canyon, hiking in the Silby Provincial Park and hiking along named trails. Thunder Bay was the next stop where they took a cruise. More parks and trails followed as they arrived at the shores of Lake Superior.
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