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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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[Lakes]

(01) Fox Hills. The Fox Hills from south - Lot 21. Tp 64, R 24. Probable source of gravel.

(02) Cold Lake. Gravel beach and boulders east side of Cold lake. Tp 64, R 26. About 1 mile north of point where Cold River leaves Cold Lake.

(03) Cold Water. Beach on east shore of Cold Lake. Tp 65, R 29. (Same as 42-43)

(04) Cold Water. Beach on east shore of Cold Lake (same as 43). Department of Natural Resources Patrolman Edward Leponi in boat along with Mr. Bocskii, a trapper living on Cold River at point where it leaves Cold Lake. Tp 65, R 26.

(05) Cold Water. Beach on east shore of Cold Lake (Photo 10676 #105) Tp 65, R 26.

(06) Cold Lake. (Possible cottage sites) Gravel and boulder beach, north shore of Cold lake. Tp 65, R 27. (N.E. of Murray Island).

(07) Cold Lake. Slough behind pressure ridge sand beach. Slough separated from lake by sand ridge. East side of Cold Lake. Tp 64, R 27, Lot 2.

(08) Cull, unfocused image.

(09) Cull, unfocused image.

(10) Cold River Rapids. Approx. 3 miles north of entrance of Cold River into Pierce Lake. Tp 64, R 26.

(11) Cold Lake. Cold River 3 miles above entrance into Cold Lake. The river just before the entrance to rapids - heard of navigation by boat upstream from Pierce Lake. Tp 64, R 26.

(12) Cold River. Cold River leading out of Lepin Lake. Tp 63, R 24, Lot 21.

(13) Cold River. Mouth of Cold River leading into Pierce Lake. Tp 64, R 25.

(14) Pierce Lake. sand beach on east shore of Pierce Lake. Tp 64, R 25. (Same as 5)

(15) Pierce Lake. Boulder shoreline on north shore of Pierce Lake. Tp 64, R 25.

(16) Pierce Lake. Beach at east end of Pierce Lake, one of the best beaches on the lake. (A10718-53) Tp 64, R 25.

(17) Pierce Lake. Beach at east end of Pierce Lake - same as 14. (A10718-53). Tp 64, R 25.

(18) Lac des Isles. Sand beach on south east shore of Misiktew north big island on Lac des Isles (Doctor's Beach).

(19) Lac des Isles. Sandy shoreline, south shore, or Lac des Isles. Tp 63, R 23, Lot 32, NW 1/4.

(20) Lac des Isles. View from proposed campsite. At west end of Lac des Isles, protected waters of Lac des Isles. Tp 63, R 22, Lot 16, NW 1/4.

(21) Cold River. Bridge across the Cold River about 150 yards east of Cold Lake. Tp 64, R 26.

(22) Cold River Rapids. Cold River Rapids, 3 miles north of unknown line into Pierce Lake. Tp 64, R 26.

(23) Lac des Isles. Sand beach at northern end of long bay on north shore of Lac des Isles. Department of Natural Resources patrolman Edward Lepine in boat. Tp 64, R 24, Lot 13, NE 1/4.

(24) Lac des Isles. North shore of Lac des Isles, boulder shore, 20 foot bank, poplar trees, good cottage sites. Tp 63, R 23, Lot 16-17.

(25) Cold Lake. Beach on east side of Cold Lake (Same as 45). Mr. Bocskii, a trapper, in photo. Tp 64, R 27, Lot 2.

(26) Lac des Isles. Angler's summer cabin on island at east end of Lac des Isles. Tp 63, R 22, Lot 17, NW 1/4.

(27) Lac des Isles. Suwalto Beach, Lac des Isles. Tp 63, R 23, Lot 7.

(28) Pierce Lake. The hinterland of beach on the south shore of Pierce Lake - two fishing cabins - organizing centre for Pierce Lake development. Tp 64, R 25, Lot 29 (between NW and NE quarter).

(29) Pierce Lake. West end of Lepine Lake leading into Pierce Lake (weedy shore). Tp 63, R 25, Lot 36.

(30) Lac des Isles. St Charles Scholasticate summer quarters. South shore of Misiktew Island on Lac des Isles. Tp 63, R 63.

(31) Lac des Isles. Weedy condition of shoreline at west end of Lac des Isles. A prohibitive accessing condition. Tp 63, R 23, off Lot 6.

(32) Lac des Isles. Camp site at point where Waterhen River leaves Lac des Isles - Lac des Isles is body of water in the picture. Tp 63, R 22, Lot 16, NW 1/4.

(33) Lac des Isles. Big or Mistikew Island at west end of Lac des Isles. Note spruce cover.

(34) Lac des Isles. Lac des Isles from Suwalto Road looking north west to Mistikew Island. Tp 63, R 23.

(35) Lac des Isles. Weedy condition of shoreline, west end of Lac des Isles. Tp 63, R 23.

(36) Lac des Isles. Boulder shoreline SW shore of Lac des Isles. Spruce, Poplar, steep drop in water. Tp 63, R 23.

(37) Lac des Isles. High boulder shoreline, north shore of Lac des Isles. Tp 63, R 23.

(38) Lac des Isles. Opening of bay on south shore of Lac des Isles. Tp 64, R 24, Lot 13, NE 1/4.

(39) Lac des Isles. The opening of long bay on north shore of Lac des Isles. taken from beach in photo Department of Natural Resources (37) looking south.

(40) Lac des Isles. Sandy beach on north shore of Lac des Isles. Tp 63, R 23, a line between Lots 17 and 18.

(41) Lac des Isles. West end of Big, or Misiktew Island from north shore of Lac des Isles. Tp 63, R 23.

(42) Fox Hills. View along the side of the Fox Hills from the west. Tp 64, R 24, Lot 21.

(43) Fox Hills. The Fox Hills from south. Tp 64, R 24, Lot 21.

(44) Fox hills. View from top of Fox Hills looking south. Tp 64, R 24, Lot 21.

(45) Pierce Lake. Sand beach south shore of Pierce Lake. Department of Natural resources Patrolman Edward Lepin in photo. Tp 64, R 25, Lot 29 -middle of northern 1/2 of lot.

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[Flotten Beach Recreation Development Area]

Cabin in proposed Flotten Beach Development Area - to be removed.

Jack pine stand on proposed Flotten Beach Development Area - E side of Highway 4.

Jack pine stand on Flotten Beach Development Area - Highway 4 is just a dirt track at this point.

Flotten Lake from the proposed Recreation Development Area.

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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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