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Photo Post: Central Ontario

When we left Parry Sound on the morning of June 23, the road closures in Huntsville in preparation for the G8 summit were beginning, forcing us to take a pleasant detour around Ontario’s lake country.


We stopped in Port Carling for a bit of walking, an unforgettable smoothie, and photos of a picturesque church, as shown here. This is Knox Presbyterian Church in downtown Port Carling.


Port Carling is home to the world’s largest photomosaic!


Close-up of the photomosaic, which is made up of family photographs donated by Port Carling’s residents.


Our detour took us around Lake of Bays, one of the largest lakes in the region. We stopped at a little picnic spot in a town I can no longer remember for a few photos.


And when Lee, the GPS, rebelled, we ended up on an extended detour on mostly isolated roads. It was a little creepy, but we did find this lovely 150-year-old church, Our Lady of the Angels, in Brudenell. So it wasn’t a complete waste of a trip.

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