What are these? Win a mug!

O.K., here’s another chance to win a classic VBL coffee Adobe Creative Suite 6 Master Collection mug. All you have to do is guess what these five common NW Ontario trees are. This might be challenging so you have until March 1st to come up with the right answers. To keep your answers secret email them to me at vbay@drytel.net …….I will announce the winner (first one to get them right) in March. Frustrated? Angry? Post your comment and vent!

4 thoughts on “What are these? Win a mug!

  1. These trees are all in the area of Vermilion Bay Lodge! None of them are palm trees?
    Perhaps some of them are near the shore and like to eat lures that are cast near their branches.
    Chuck in Toronto

  2. Good answer Chuck in Toronto
    They also could be ones that Gord might be taking down this spring?
    Hope the lodge don’t go with them

  3. You guys are funny. Rather than wasting your time harassing me why not try and guess what trees these are. I’ll give you a hint…..they’re not palm trees….

  4. Greetings Gord: Only 131 Days till the second annual “Professors Gone Wild”. Count me in. Also, you might as well start inscribing my can name on the winner’s cup for this month’s “What’s This” award. I know i have the winning answer. Its too easy Gord. The answer is, They are ALL trees — right? Am i the first one with the right answer?

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This is a first class resort located on Vermillion Bay on Eagle Lake. The cabins are very clean and well kept. The boats are new with new motors and are in great shape. The owner will also clean your fish for you after your day on the water. Make no mistake the fishing on Eagle Lake is world class.

The Lodge is owned by Gord and Susanne Bastable who will make you feel welcome and before you know it you feel like family. They are the best of hosts. The atmosphere is low key and laid back leading to a great vacation.

This is my 19th year of enjoying the hospitality of the lodge and i can’t think of going anywhere else on Eagle Lake.


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