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Pining for Algonquin

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The luring mysticism of escape
Pining for Algonquin
Steve Gillick
www.gillicksworld.ca

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Egon Schiele's
Four Treees, 1917
Tom Thomson
Jack Pine, 1916-1917

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www.talkingtravel.ca info@talkingtravel.ca

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Algonquin Park is about 3 hours north of Toronto. We try to get there at least once a year...walk on the trails, rent a canoe on Canoe Lake to visit the Tom Thomson Cairn, visit the Park Museum and just take in the fresh air and beautiful scenery.

Algonquin Park is about 3 hours north of Toronto. We try to get there at least once a year...walk on the trails, rent a canoe on Canoe Lake to visit the Tom Thomson Cairn, visit the Park Museum and just take in the fresh air and beautiful scenery.

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Pining for Algonquin

  1. 1. The luring mysticism of escape Pining for Algonquin Steve Gillick www.gillicksworld.ca
  2. 2. Egon Schiele's Four Treees, 1917 Tom Thomson Jack Pine, 1916-1917
  3. 3. www.talkingtravel.ca info@talkingtravel.ca

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