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My husband and I (yes, husband) went on a holiday to Moose Factory, Ontario.

Title: Moose Factory (1)

Author: Quin, Liam R. E.

Date: 2007

Total items: 77

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[picture: Wild flowers 4]

Wild flowers 4

The purple bits.

[picture: Driftwood]


A closer view.

[picture: River plants]

River plants

The Moose River is tidal here; just a few miles away it empties into the Arctic Ocean, unbelievably since it was really hot weather.

[picture: Wild flowers 3]

Wild flowers 3

The white bits.

[picture: Canoe 2]

Canoe 2

A canoe by the shore of the Moose River.

[picture: Margaret Ann 1]

Margaret Ann 1

A gravestone with flowers: [more...]

[picture: holiday in sand 1]

holiday in sand 1

The word “holiday” written in sand.

[picture: Teepee beside the River 1]

Teepee beside the River 1

The teepee with canvas was a more recent development; the older wigwam used bark on the sides.

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My husband and I (yes, husband) went on a holiday to Moose Factory, Ontario.

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