I’ve had a number of surprise finds while out and about. Here’s a potential trapper’s cabin on a lake in Northwestern Ontario:
While paddling Big Shell Lake in Woodland Caribou Provincial Park, a glimpse of something caught my attention in the forest to my right. We landed the canoe on the lake’s soft, sandy shore and headed through the brush, stumbling onto this:
Martin suspected it was a trapper’s cabin from the 1950’s. What do you think?