P2A 2W7 The Orange Valley Road intersection also marks the site of the one-time village of North Seguin, again a site with no trace of its former activity. In the fall after the leaves have fallen you can see the old stone foundations of a road house Then follows a scene not unlike that which awed the Nipissing Road's first pioneer travelers The road plunges into a dark forbidding forest. Trees close in from both sides and meet overhead. Through this tunnel the trail twists one way and then back upon itself; it lurches over granite outcropping and slogs through muddy swamps.
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Ontario is Canada's most populous province, it has fast-paced urban areas in the South around the Golden Horseshoe, along the , and in the Ottawa Valley. These present great architecture, interesting history, great shopping, and a variety of dining experiences. It also has amazing natural areas, including the many shores of Lake Huron, the Kawartha, Muskoka, and Rideau cottages areas close to the cities, and then there's the rugged North, defined as anything north of the French River 9with Algonquin Park thrown in. Here is the route of the Trans-Canada Highway from east to west:
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National Register of Historic Places The Golden Age of Postcards Image taken July 31, There are two "Astoria Entrance Monuments".
History[ edit ] Humans first arrived in the Don River area approximately 12, years BP , most likely as nomadic hunters. Lawrence area have revealed that permanent settlements started to occur about BP. It was discovered in during road building just east of Riverdale Park. It contained human remains and other artifacts dating back to about years BP. Simcoe because the wide valley reminded him of the River Don in Yorkshire, England.