An Officer Meets More than a Gentleman by Graeme Hunter
In linden-time the heart is high
For pride of summer passing by
The finest job I ever had, probably the most delightful any fifteen-year-old was ever permitted to enjoy, was that of Officer of Her Majesty's (Victoria's, that is) Cavalry at Fort Kawandag, which was in the District of Parry Sound beside Muskoka Township in Ontario. Kawandag was the name of a magnificent lakeside estate which, like Glen Rocks, had at one time belonged to the Eaton family. Located near t . . .
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