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January 3, 2009 - - Midland, Ontario196 viewsThe ice-breaker in the distance
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Port Hardy to Burnett Bay (kayak)560 viewsIn late June and early July of 2007 I paddled my 14.5 foot Necky kayak from Port Hardy to Burnett Bay and back, twice. I stupidly dunked my camera in salt water, so the photos end at Cougar Inlet on day four of the first trip. These are some of the more interesting pics.
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January 3, 2009 - - Midland, Ontario194 viewsCCGS Ice-breaker "Griffon" arrives
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January 3, 2009 - - Midland, Ontario134 viewsThe Griffon continued on into Midland, breaking open a path through the ice for the Frontenac to follow. The operation was successful. Unfortunately it was too dark to take photos of the Frontenac docking.
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Campsite at the waterfall on Moisie River640 viewsAs we were approaching waterfall at km 262, we noticed smoke rising on the right side. There is a campsite at the end of the portage and there we found a group of 8 canoeists from France. They spoke very little English and we spoke very little French. Quiet deep canyon on Moisie They travelled in 4 funny looking SEPAL canoes (fiberglass). Guy called Jean has a form for it in Charlevoix, QC. Such canoe is capable of carrying 5 big barrels. They were taking 3 weeks paddling through Carheil (Fermont, QC start)
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January 3, 2009 - - Midland, Ontario131 viewsThe "Griffon" arrives to help out
http://www.ccg-gcc.gc.ca/eng/CCG/Ice_Who_We_Are
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Quiet deep-water canyon on Moisie440 viewsBetween km 228 and 229 of Pekans/Moisie route, there is nice, quite narrow canyon. Water is very calm there, which means the river has to be very deep there.

http://www.geocities.com/lester_kovac/moisie.htm

http://maps.google.com/maps?q=51+46+56.3N,66+29+10.26W&t=h&z=12

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Caopacho River353 viewsConfluence with Caopacho - nice views of beautiful waterfall on Caopacho.

http://www.geocities.com/lester_kovac/moisie.htm

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Fish Ladder Waterfall on Moisie (Katchapahun)380 viewsAt the Fish Ladder we took a portage on river right. It is a very steep path up, along a path behind the cliffy hill. Despite the steep profile, the path is relatively in a good shape. Nice camp on the other side, lots of boardwalk & the cabin. We portaged around first R3 (ledge) using the boardwalk.

http://www.geocities.com/lester_kovac/moisie.htm

http://maps.google.com/maps?q=51+5+34.97N,66+17+39.47W&t=h&z=12

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Coppermine River173 viewsSo warm and so nice, we all went for a swim
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Moisie - Railroad bridge over Trestle rapid260 viewsWe hiked up to the bridge - there is a nice staircase there, first wooden, then steel. While we were on the bridge, locomotive came and we had to run to hide. Later Paul & Joe claimed they saw another person somewhere up there. Maybe it was a ghost? Ghost of a drowned paddler...

http://www.geocities.com/lester_kovac/moisie.htm

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Temagami No Name Lake1583 viewsSituated between Lady Evelyn Lake on the east and Willow Island Lake on the west, this is the western end of the first of two portages used to access Willow Island Lake when traveling from Lady Evelyn Lake. There is a campsite marked on the Chrismar map and the shallow sandy landing area makes a nice lunch spot.
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Bayfield River near Hwy 21 bridge1789 viewsHere my grandkids practice their strokes...they are in heaven...this is their first canoe season, one I hope will last a lifetime.
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Tie down devices319 views
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Portage 7241 viewsNice place for lunch the second day
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Leaf Lake Camp 1237 viewsRice or grass?
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Leaf Lake lower section205 viewsRice or grass? I don't know but the lake is choked with it.
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Churchill Falls3426 viewsAll that is left of a falls that was twice the size and power of Niagara.
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Coulonge river3302 viewsnice pickerel
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Dan, Nooner, Donny, Tony, Pat328 views
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Day 5 Ice Edge0 viewsedge of ice on marsh
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Day 6 Ice Edge48 viewsthin skim of ice on entire bay
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Day 7 testing the Crow river for ice0 views
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de la Halte portage364 viewsLa Maurice Nat'l park
All girls (16) outdoor club (Montignac H.S, Lac-Mégantic, Quebec)
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Dinner for 16575 viewsI wasn't responsible for this culinary choice!
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South Nahanni River99 viewsSamba Deh Park-Nice clean park
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South Nahanni River92 viewsThe beginning of the sluice box just before Virginia Falls. Albert Faille use to get firewood from the island in the background
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Double Rainbow182 viewsA nice double rainbow over Scouter Joe's
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Sunset557 viewsUnfortunately, used a low-res setting for what turned out to be a nice pic
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