CANADA: A SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE
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CANADA: A SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE

CANADA: A SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE




      

CANADA: A SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE


CANADA: A SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE

Canada is too little known by sportsmen generally. It is said that we delay making our vacation plans until the heat drives us from the city, and then in desperation we collect a handful of summer resort literature with alluring descriptive tales of lakes, mountains, rural retreats, and watering places not far from home, and conclude that next year we will square accounts with ourselves by deciding on our summer plans early, and thus lay out a trip a little aside from the beaten path.

Only those persons who have reduced the art of taking a vacation to a science, and who know that complete rest is found only by going to those distant places where the residents talk of new subjects in a new dialect, and where the thoughts of the rest-seeker are never once driven back to the channels they have followed the year around, have found how bounteously Canada has been made the playground and summer land of North America.

The thousand-and-one delightful retreats across the border can be reached without discomfort and without heavy expense. Canada may pride itself on the excellence of its great railroad systems. The Canadian Pacific, Grand Trunk, Canadian Northern, Intercolonial, and Dominion Atlantic lines, and many smaller railways, will transport the angler or rest seeker to the most remote points of Canada with so much comfort that every person who takes the trip once is likely to become a yearly patron. The wonders of Newfoundland, reached by the Reid Newfoundland Co., are described elsewhere. British Columbia, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia are also to be found under separate headings.

Randall, Wainwright. The Angler's Guide: a Manual for Campers and Anglers. New York: Field and Stream Pub., 1909. Print.

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