The shoreline of Windsor’s Windsor-Essex Island, where a new beach resort is being built.

This week, the new resort is to be called Windsor Beach Resort.

Windsor Beach Resort is scheduled to open in March 2019, and is expected to bring about 20,000 visitors a year.

The resort is expected in Windsor’s northernmost bay, which is home to one of the largest populations of birds and the largest pelican population in the United States.

But what does it mean to be a native of Windsor?

Windsurfers have lived in the area since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, when people began gathering in the surrounding woods for recreation.

In 1858, the area was named the “Windsors’ Coastline,” after the British and Irish settlers who established the settlement.

Today, the Windsor Peninsula is home a number of historic attractions, including the Windsor-Bristol Railway and the Royal Windsor Hospital, both of which are still operating.

A large part of Windsor Island’s identity is its history as a resort town.

When the United Kingdom was granted full sovereignty in 1868, it created the Dominion of Canada.

As part of this decision, the Dominion granted Windsor Island the right to name its territory after a British naval officer, Sir John Smith, who established a trading post at the site in 1877.

After the United Nations declared the area a World Heritage Site in 1996, the Government of Canada and the Dominion made the island an internationally recognized World Heritage Area in 1997.

While it is home in part to the world’s most spectacular shorelines, Windsor Island is also known for its many natural wonders, including its famous Blue Hole, a 3.5-mile (5.5 km) pool of water located at the base of the mountain that is home for the world-famous Windsor Spitfires.