08 Jun
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The Sun Sets on Muskoka’s Historic Marygrove

For those of you following the story about Marygrove formerly the Glen Home Hotel circa 1939 in Muskoka.
Well shes gone now. Hope The Sisters are happy.
See also: The Wrecking Ball Takes Down Another Historic Muskoka Landmark

and …
The Continuing Destruction of Muskoka Courtesy of your Muskoka Lakes Township Council

The Sun Sets on Marygrove

Muskoka Marygrove destroyed

Twisted Sisters Stoves Waiting for the Scrap Man

Marygrove Muskoka Scrap

And after a hard days work remember to drink Muskoka Dry

Muskoka Dry

In: historic muskoka, in and around muskoka ontario, on the water

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  1. jeremy says:

    I was amazed to see the photos of the former Glen Home Hotel. I was a cook there in the summer of 1973. I was only 17 and it was a great summer. I cooked on the the very stoves you have pictured. Paul Love ran the hotel which I believe had been built by either his grandfather or father. It was strange to see them rusted in a heap. I set out to find info about the hotel on the iternet a little too late! Thanks for the post. It was rather a final note to a fond memory. I have never been back to Muskoka but if all the wonderful old homes I saw during my time in Muskoka have gone the same way then it is indeed a crime. Very short sighted indeed.

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