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Rossmoyne, Georgian Bay, Ontario, Canada
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I know very little about this place other than it is near Rossmoyne in the Leith Spit Conservation Area. I arrived here by accident after a wrong turn down Grey road 15 whilst looking for Leith church. I then turned down a road to a picnic spot to see what I could see, what can I say I was on holiday and these serendipitous things happen.

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Uploaded: 07/06/2010
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Tags: rossmoyne; shore; georgian bay; leith; ontario; picnic spot
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