Where Are They Now?
After Al sold Stork Lake, he worked on a land development project in Phoenix. But he missed the camp business, so in 1989, he opened one he built from the ground up. More
Elsie's prediction came true! Helen started over in Goodyear AZ. She good naturedly lived in an old rundown farmhouse for a few years while Al started his land develpment nearby. More
Elsie's prediction came true! Phil ran Stork Lake for the papermill the following year. After two years, he struck out on his own. More
Elsie's prediction came true! Lori DID find her answers in a hat. She also took up the Lindlargh's offer, and travelled extensively through Europe for a year. More
Frank's last summer at Stork Lake was in 1977. He passed away on January 26, 1978 - a day before his 78th birthday.
Kay was adored by family, staff, and guests alike for her sense of humour, strength, and compassion. She died of breast cancer at the age of 69.
Elsie's own fortune also came true. She read tea leaves at a Kenora Tea House for a few years before retiring. She remained close to the Reid family, visiting them every time she was in Winnipeg with her daughter Alice. Elsie attended both Phil and Lori's weddings, and got to meet their children, before passing in 2003 at 93.
A true guardian of Stork Lake for over 25 years. His dedication, wisdom, and love for the wilderness shaped the lake's legacy. Albert's mapping and discovery of prime fishing and hunting spots made Stork Lake a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. His passing in 1976, at the age of 61, left an irreplaceable void.
"James" aka Phil Potvine
Phil stayed in touch with the Reids during their years in Arizona, then came back to work for them when Al opened his new resort, Knee Lake. He continued to work for the Reids until his death. Loyal to the end, Phil was buried with a Knee Lake cap on, as per his wishes.
Elsie's prediction came true! Like Phil Potvine, Alma kept in contact with the Reids. When Knee Lake opened, Alma and her son Gerald came to work. More
Jeremy continued his career as a guide in the summer, and trapped in the winter. He died in a hunting accident in 1998.