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At the Water's Edge: Muskoka's Boathouses (Art & Architecture) (Art &…

by Judy Ross, John de Visser (Photographer)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 155046082X, Hardcover)

Award-winning photographer John de Visser and lifestyles writer Judy Ross examine one of Muskoka's most striking features, its boathouses. Exteriors range from Victorian lavishness to Shaker simplicity. Some of these boathouses date back to the 1800s, some are Muskoka modern. Inside are inspired sitting rooms, bedrooms, baths, kitchens, and cherished collections of family memorabilia.

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