03 Apr

Ice Out Milford Bay, Muskoka Lake

The sun was sinking fast and I wanted to try and get one more photo in before dark. I was driving across highway #118 towards Bracebridge and remembered Milford Bay. As I cruised down the side road I noticed this little creek draining into Lake Muskoka.

It won’t be long now until the ice has disappeared and us Canadians can don the obligatory, shorts, T’s and Sneaks.

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

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  1. Heather says:

    This is a stunning shot Ed…dark and mysterious!!!

    It is nice to see the water…but this morning we had another blanket of snow… :0( and it looks as though they are calling for snow right into Wednesday of next week!!!

    Oh well…hope you and Cindy enjoy the rest of your weekend!

  2. Jennie says:

    It sure looks cold! Hurry up spring!

  3. Marlon says:

    Amazing photo I live in the summer just next door to this property

    Glad you enjoyed Milford Bay

    We do have panormatic views from above

  4. Debra says:

    I grew up going to Milford Bay in the summer, staying at my grandfathers waterfront cottage. It was next to Riley’s Marina and Budd’s boat refinishing. My Uncle built a 40′ slide down the side of the slope to the water, the slide being quite an attention getter to the passing boats.
    I so miss Milford Bay/Lake Muskoka…. my heart lives there…. hopefully the cottage still exists….

  5. Bill says:

    Debra, we are the new owners of the cottage you describe. No evidence of the slide – although other people have told us about it. We would appreciate more information. Thank you.

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