Jean Warrington describes the islands of Lake Simcoe and her memories of the First Nations people who resided on Snake Island. She remembers going to Fox Island to swim, but the island itself was covered with poison ivy. She recalls it also had a lighthouse, which was a relatively small structure with a white tower pictured in the video from c. 1920 to light up the shallow shoal nearby. There were no cottages on the island when she was a youth. She does recall some of the native residents on Snake Island coming to shore by birch bark canoes to sell canoes and bead work boxes with porcupine quills to cottagers.