The Dockside Blog

 

Welcome to Stone & South’s Dockside Blog! Come down to the bank of the St. Lawrence River and experience the Thousand Island lifestyle. Dive right in and see what a cottage in the city is all about.

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Innisfil Couple Dives Deep into Stone & South on the River

Innisfil Couple Dives Deep into Stone & South on the River

John and Carmel Stewart are retired school teachers who currently live on the Lake Simcoe waterfront in Innisfil, Ontario. Avid scuba-divers, they’ve traveled the world to explore underwater wonderlands. With a move to quieter surroundings in mind for their future home base, they have looked across Canada. 

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Architectural Design Pays Tribute to the Unique Location of CaraCo’s Stone & South on the River

Architectural Design Pays Tribute to the Unique Location of CaraCo’s Stone & South on the River

When it comes to designing buildings, architects need to balance numerous considerations such as form, function, aesthetics, site conditions and government requirements, as well as, the client’s vision and budget. When residences are built on the Ontario waterfront, conservation and environmental authorities take on enhanced roles in

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The River Effect

The River Effect

You’ve heard of the ‘Lake Effect’ — a weather phenomenon that happens near large bodies of water. But have you hear of the River Effect? We have. The effects of living by the river are clear: great weather, good times, and stress-free relaxation. When you live by

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A Good Cup of Coffee

A Good Cup of Coffee

A good cup of coffee is an essential part of many people’s mornings. Fortunately for all of us java lovers, Gananoque has some great coffee shops and breakfast stops! The Purple House Cafe is hard to miss. But it’s not just the bright colours that have people

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Walking by the River

Walking by the River

The weather is beautiful and it’s time to get outside and enjoy it! The Thousand Islands is a great place for so many outdoor activities, but why not start with enjoying the scenery on a nice, relaxing walk? A walk is one of the simplest means of

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