A frightening experience for two Danish tourists led Collingwood author-photographer, George Czerny, to write a travel guide "George's Georgian Bay, revisited". The Danish university students were not familiar with Mother Nature's winter blasts, says Czerny, and should really have had more information about Canada before coming here.
Czerny's 214-page book features many stories and colour photographs and also offers information about places around Georgian Bay. The front cover of "George's Georgian Bay, revisited" shows a photograph of Czerny "talking" with John Graves Simcoe, who was the first Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario. The latter is commemorated in a statue at the Rotary Park on Penetanguishene's waterfront. The back cover features an aerial view of the "Village at Blue" at Blue Mountain Resorts in the Town of the Blue Mountains.
When it comes to tourism, there is no place around Georgian Bay which has had as much explosive growth in the past decade as at Blue Mountain Resorts, says Czerny. For more information about the book and the author, click on his website for more information.