Algonquin Outfitters

Paddle Art Contest – Peter McBurney

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Paddle Art Contest Peter McBurney

I have been travelling to the Muskoka/Algonquin Park/Haliburton region for over a half century. My Great-grandfather bought a cottage on Lake of Bays in 1920 and my family has been travelling to this area ever since. It holds a special place in my heart. Wolves have always been fascinating to me. They are a frequent…

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The Art of Paddling

By , published on August 1, 2017

Unique Muskoka The Art of Paddling

August 2017 Unique Muskoka article by Kristi Koruna / Photography by Heather Douglas As you head out of the cities and into Muskoka, the forests seem to sprawl endlessly, skies open wide to embrace us and the lakes and rivers run wild with possibility. One cannot ignore the notion to get out and explore the…

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OluKai Sandals born in Hawaii

By , published on July 7, 2017
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Olukai Sandals

It started as a different approach to a footwear company. We wanted to create footwear that combines durability for the waterman, ocean lifestyle, and a brand that has strong values and roots with style, comfort, and craftsmanship.     Commitment Ama OluKai Foundation Founded in 2014, the Ama OluKai Foundation is a private, non-profit 501…

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