More looks today inside the main cottage of Kingswood at the Mackenzie King Estate.
Stepping out onto the balcony, more display panels. Of the losses Mackenzie King sustained during a handful of years, it was the death of his mother that hit the hardest.
The path beyond leads to the lake. Note the Union Jack on the flagpole.
A look at this side of the main cottage.
And the sundial. Hints of the lake can be seen through the trees.
Down the slope to the lakeshore, with this small building painted in the estate colours.
Kingsmere Lake took its name before Mackenzie King first saw it, as I've mentioned. On the far side of the lake are more cottages, grandfathered in from the time of the creation of Gatineau Park.
The boat house was close by.