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"Up the creek without a Table"

After a day of paddling, dinnertime arrives and a group of adventurers set a table, creatively utilising what they have with them, as well as found objects from around their campsite.
Anne and Rick Vernon of ROOMS ‘N BLOOMS have created a whimsical table set in a woodland scene. A cedar strip canoe has been converted into a table base. Table settings consist of enamelware and twig cutlery, with colours inspired by the 1930’s original Hudson Bay blanket. The tabletop is made from English Sycamore slices with a miniature woodland garden in the centre. The beer of choice is of course Muskoka Brewery (Mad Tom IPA and the Cream Ale). Classic style wood and canvas camp stools provide the seating for dinner guests. Vintage oil lanterns complete the perfect lighting for this rustic scene.
Although this is a bit of folly, it isn’t hard to envision it in reality. Imagine the reaction of your dinner guests if they found this table waiting for them at your cottage or for a backyard barbeque this summer.
photography by Oak Photography

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