Silversmith Estates, owners of the Manitou regions, has added its eighth and final region to its continent. The scenic recreational region of Mattawa Bay was attached earlier this week. The new region is located just north of Muskoka and east of Mud River.
"We wanted a nice area for people to go fishing or just take nice profile and scenery photos. Everyone is invited to visit the region but we'd like to limit the waterway use to Manitou residents and merchants only" said Winter Silversmith CAO of Manitou Tourism. "Everything I set up is focused on my residents and my merchants they are my neighbours and I love creating a safe fun community for them" he said. "I'm spending over $30 Canadian a month right now in the Great Canadian Grid, that's enough for me. I always pay a year in advance on my regions. So if you hear gossip and rumours about GCG just remember there are people like me, who have been in the metaverse since 2008, who have confidence in the stability of GCG and the skill of its owner, my friend, Roddie Macchi" Winter said.
The Regional Municipality of Manitou continent consists of eight regions with a diverse mix of residential, commercial and greenspaces. The regions are: Meaford, Massey, Mud River, Manitou, Midland, Muskoka, Mattawa Bay and Minesing. Minesing became the Great Canadian Grid's first memorial park and Mud River has the first faux nuclear plant that powers the continent of Manitou.
The Manitou regions of Meaford, Midland and Minesing are listed on the OpenSimWorld directory and open to visitors any time.
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(aka Winter Silversmith)