What would it be like to be one of the first non-indigenous women who lived and loved in the Algonquin Highlands?
First of all imagine that your parents have come from Wales and settled on what had ‘perhaps the best agricultural potential’ in the area. In… Read More »What would it be like to be one of the first non-indigenous women who lived and loved in the Algonquin Highlands?
Some Little Hawk Lakers may be old enough to remember the creatures that were fashioned out of driftwood that used to stand in front of… Read More »Driftwood: More than a piece of our past
So what is it that brings the Pinch family to Little Hawk Lake as early as 1919? And what is it that keeps some of… Read More »Roots go back 100 years for this Pinch Family member
Garth Mole is so much a “local” of the Hawk and Hall’s Lake area that he goes back three generations. The family were some of the… Read More »“Most of the cottagers were once tourists”… except for Garth Mole’s family
Have you ever wondered about Norm Wallace Lane, and how it came to be named this? I am proud to tell you that Norm Wallace… Read More »Highland Cottages: A labour of love on the south side of Halls Lake