Steve Manders
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I am retired and exploring the world on foot, by canoe and kayak. You see and experience much more this way. No luxury resorts on some tropical beach for me.
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Thanks, I try to be accurate, and give more than just a photo. I have also had feed back about the honey wagons that removed the contents of chamber pots, rag dealers, and peddlers. Much of that history is lost. I remember the last of the ice men, and a few years of bread and milk delivery. Soon mail delivery will be gone. Who would have thought that was part of a 100 year old trend.

Wow! That is quite incredible! I can only imagine how impressive it is in real life! I used to love canoeing before I got sick, I would go on canoe trips with the Anglican church to Algonquin park, and I absolutely loved it. Some of these trips just look amazing!!! I've actually fished on Lac Dumoine, and I've seen the river from a vehicle, but I've never been able to canoe down it. I'll add that to my bucket list! A bucket list that increasingly grows when I see your photos! The water is so darkly stained in the Dumoine..Just incredible! Great photos!

Very interesting old railroad bridge.

Thanks They are work pictures and will be removed.

Google Earth is not to be about signs, it is about scenery. Art and signs can be a part of a picture, but not the subject of the picture.

This is such a rare scenery. Thank you so much for the photo!



Sounds good, I will update my info. Thanks.

I will update my text. they dont allow web sites.



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