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[Cabins at Lac la Plonge]

Cabins at Lac la Plonge, well constructed but far too small.

Tiny cabin at Lac la Plonge.

Dept. of Natural Resources cabin at Lac la Plonge. The photographer, B. Baker comments: "With a poor building of this nature serving as a government administrative centre, how can you expect private operators to improve standards?"

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Lac la Plonge

Cut bank of sandy shoreline on north shore of Lac la Plonge.

High water levels on E shore of Lac la plonge leaves no beach - water to edge of vegetation - wet land to rear - no value for recreation developments.

Absence of beach on E shore of Lac la Plonge.

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Ile a la Crosse

Sandy beach on W shore of Sorich Bay on Ile a la Crosse Lake - a short distance to east of new highway to Buffalo Narrows (now #155) - to be reserved for possible future parkland development.

Ile a la Crosse Lake, W shore

Ile a la Crosse Lake, W shore.

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Waterhen Lake

Shoreline of Waterhen Lake between Bennett's and Richalton's Beach - to be developed into a public picnic area. This became part of Meadow Lake Provincial Park in 1959, the first of many parks established based on Bill Baker's recommendations.

Entrance to Richalton's Beach on south shore of Waterhen Lake, jackpine woodland.

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