Summer mornings at Lake Muskoka in Ontario near the town of Gravenhurst are mystical and melancholic. If you get a chance to visit it, wake up early, grab the Muskoka Chair, bring a fresh brewed coffee, sit, watch and breathe this calm atmosphere. You may eventually go Cuban style with the burning Cohiba or Romeo y Julieta cigar in your hand. One way or the other, it is important to come before other people. Being the first at the foggy lake gets you the biggest share of that serenity now. Focus on the harmony, concentrate all senses and you will smell the forest, hear the early birds signing and watch the fish jumping from the water catching the flying breakfast. You may experience an angry squirrel throwing little cones on you to scare you off as far as possible from his home.
You will meet the anglers first, then more other people from nearby cottages will join you in watching the natural theatre which brings spiritual balance to your soul. The fog will eventually break which will open the view on the surrounding area. You might recognize contours of neighbouring cabins, chairs painted with shiny red and yellow colors and Canadian flag proudly waving in the morning breeze.
At the very same moment somebody in Adirondack Park in Upstate New York does exactly the same. He or she grabs the Adirondack Chair, brings a fresh brewed coffee, sits, watches and eventually goes Dominican style by smoking Cohiba or Romeo y Julieta cigar imported from Santo Domingo. When morning fog disappears, Adirondack shows its beauty with the American flag waiving in the morning breeze. Different country, different people, just their desire for spiritual balance and harmony is the same.
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