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Between Form and Circumstance: Building at Shoal Lake, Kevin Alter
Mining Location J.O. 180
Our Bright Futures, Herbert Enns
Experimental Buildings at Shoal Lake
A lake house holds a special place in the psyche of Canadian culture that often times grounds itself in its wealth of extant wilderness and pioneering roots. Such campsites are part of a tradition and serve as stepping-stones to a natural world. Indeed, despite their occasional inhabitation, the experiences of a lake house are frequently given a primary place in our memory-standing in contrast to our increasingly urban lives.