In the late 1800's, this canoe won many medals for Herald at international exhibitions.
Today, Gore's Landing is a port-of-call with its picturesque gazebo and dock for boaters as they travel Rice Lake and the Trent-Severn Waterway.
Bewdley was first named Black's Landing after the first tavern on the site. It was also the location of one of the first Rice Lake sawmills. Today, Bewdley caters to the many tourists and fishermen who come to Rice Lake to enjoy the lake's fishing and vacation activities.
As you travel east on County Road 9, north of the junction with County Roads 18 and 9, the next point of interest is the historic village of Gore's Landing nestled around a bay on the south shore of Rice Lake.
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By forming our Monday night band of watchers, I think that we have all been able to find a little piece of comfort and the feeling of home in a place, that in the beginning may have been a little intimidating, or maybe for some of us, even a little scary.
Settlement of the township began in the late 1700's and on February 14, 1791, the township was officially named after Henry Hamilton, Lieutenant Governor of Quebec.
The present village was named after its founder, Thomas Sinclair Gore, a civil engineer from Ireland, who built a plank road from Cobourg to his property on Rice Lake during the 1840's. For over a hundred years, Gore's Landing was an important canoe and boat-building centre.Because it seems like this is becoming more of the status quo in any type of online dating situation regardless of country.Posted By Sarah on Jan 16, 2015 in Student life To kick off our new semester in the hallowed halls of learning that are UVic, my friends and I decided to watch the most respected and profound television show we could find.The first land grant was issued in 1794 to Nellie Grant, the daughter of Alexander Grant, a prominent colonial administrator. Bancks named the area for his ancestral home Bewdley, Worcestershire, England when he attempted to found an ill-fated gentlemen's colony and sawmill at Cold Creek.The 200-acre grant included most of what is now Bewdley. Bewdley is noted for its memorial to Joseph Scriven, who preached on village streets in the 1860's.