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July 21, 2013
Canada’s natural lush terrain gets accented by these five great homes.
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  Communal Lakeside Vacation House in Ontario These toddlers find themselves at home playing on the “nap swing” among the tall Canadian trees. Photo by: Lorne Bridgman  Photo by Lorne Bridgman.

    Communal Lakeside Vacation House in Ontario

    These toddlers find themselves at home playing on the “nap swing” among the tall Canadian trees.

    Photo by: Lorne Bridgman

    Photo by Lorne Bridgman.
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  Engraved House At first glance one might call this house simple, until they look closer and discover the secret behind this home’s unique quality.

    Engraved House

    At first glance one might call this house simple, until they look closer and discover the secret behind this home’s unique quality.

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  Barely There Along the shores of Shoal Lake, one can find this warm house resting among delicate mountains of ice-cold snow. Photo by: Thomas Fricke  Photo by Thomas Fricke.

    Barely There

    Along the shores of Shoal Lake, one can find this warm house resting among delicate mountains of ice-cold snow.

    Photo by: Thomas Fricke

    Photo by Thomas Fricke.
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  Floating House, Lake Huron This house rests in the center of cool blue lake. The Worple family enjoys their summer home and it’s activities as lake tides lap the sides of this Ontario home. Photo by: Raimund Koch

    Floating House, Lake Huron

    This house rests in the center of cool blue lake. The Worple family enjoys their summer home and it’s activities as lake tides lap the sides of this Ontario home.

    Photo by: Raimund Koch

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  Scrap House The Scrap house is a place where you can come as you are just like the natural raw steel that resides unpainted in this green, cool home. Photo by: Lorne Bridgman  Photo by Lorne Bridgman.

    Scrap House

    The Scrap house is a place where you can come as you are just like the natural raw steel that resides unpainted in this green, cool home.

    Photo by: Lorne Bridgman

    Photo by Lorne Bridgman.
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Communal Lakeside Vacation House in Ontario

These toddlers find themselves at home playing on the “nap swing” among the tall Canadian trees.

Photo by: Lorne Bridgman

Photo by Lorne Bridgman.

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