The Bones of Skeleton Lake
Explore the lake like never before ...
Following the production of the Skeleton Lake Plan and Stewardship Program, the SLCO embarked upon an ambitious project to document and publish a history of our Lake. From its early origins to its first settlers and the generations that followed, the goal was to produce a complete compendium of all that is known about Skeleton Lake. Led by a group of dedicated volunteers, and after six years of background work, The Bones of Skeleton Lake was launched Canada Day weekend, 2021.
Thanks for making it a success!
After much agonizing on the number of copies to order and whether it would be hard- or soft-cover, we ambitiously ordered 500 hard-cover books - with plans to store boxes of unsold copies during the winter.
Much to our delight, the book was a sell-out and a second print of 200 soft-cover versions was ordered - and once again, a sell-out. We are in the process of looking at possibilities for a third print to keep the book "alive".
Ken Reese - Co-Author Cary Deloye - Co-Author
Joanne Hutchinson - Editor John Wyndam - Layout & Design