CCR Gallery

Photos from users of myccr.com
Image search results - "canoe"
013 WelchSpring.JPG
Canoelunking on the Current River91 views
0393LC_Airplane_departing.jpg
Lac Nedlouc/Duck Island748 viewsAirplane departing from Lac Nedlouc, after dropping off two canoeists

http://www.panoramio.com/map/#lt=57.412997&ln=-72.694417&k=2&z=6&tab=2

http://www.topozone.com/map.asp?lat=57.412997&lon=-72.694417&s=50&symshow=y&size=x&u=4&datum=nad83
048.JPG
Canada Canoe Day - entering the Lift Lock in heavy rain123 views
054.JPG
Canada Canoe Day - Peterborough Lift Lock109 views
056.JPG
Canada Canoe Day - FN speaker in Peterborough Lift Lock184 views
064.JPG
Canada Canoe Day Cakes129 viewsPeterborough
0668LK_[261.2]_French_people_at_the_waterfall.jpg
Campsite at the waterfall on Moisie River677 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)
070.JPG
Home-spun aluminum canoe296 viewsSeen at the Canada Canoe Day 2008 event in Peterborough.

Custom-built by a Metis builder for the lady in the stern.
1733LK_[52.3]_Lynette_lunching.jpg
Lunch on Moisie285 viewsOn August 11 we had one portage, starting in the creek, then branching left over the ridge. Part of broken yellow Esquif canoe on the other side. We had lunch there and used it for a table. It is a huge campsite spot.

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

http://maps.google.com/maps?q=50+34+17.99N,66+8+36.31W&t=h&z=12
1_F.Cover-800x600.JPG
Algonquin Canoeing & Exploring Map book149 viewscover
2004-07-25_002.JPG
Two canoes on narrow rack281 viewsThe upper canoe has the yoke removed to create a solid arrangement. Check also the picture with front view.
2004-07-25_007.JPG
two canoes on narrow rack453 viewsNot all lines are attached. Also, I later added foam blocks between gunnel of upper canoe and the hull it rested on to avoid scuffing.
2005-09-26- the Birchbark Canoe I build.jpg
Homemade Birchbark canoe899 viewsMe paddle my Birchbark canoe I built.
20690008.jpg
Cold Morning at the Thelon Bluff-No flies152 viewsMaryse my new wife. We had just gotten married in Yellowknife prior to this canoe trip and this was my idea of an honeymoon
5_632x600.JPG
Algonquin Park Canoeing & Exploring Map book139 views"proof" page
Algonquin_July_2006_023.jpg
Sitting around camp224 views Baby carrier used as a highchair, food barrel used as support for that highchair, and the canoe used for a play pen.
Backroad_Map_N_Rouge_L_Road.JPG
North Rouge Lake Map Errors177 viewsSome errors and out-of-date information on the Canoe Routes of Algonquin Park Map and others.
Back_R_canoe1.jpg
231 views
bark_canoes_002.jpg
Etching Canoe609 viewsWorking on the canoe in the yard scraping designs into the bark.
bark_canoes_004crop.jpg
Finished bark canoe667 viewsThis 14' canoe spent some quality time in the Quetico Wilderness.
Barron Canyon Canoes.jpg
Barron River Canoes731 views2 Canoes paddle upstream in the Barron River Canyon, Algonquin Park
Bayfield_River_boys_learning_skills.jpg
Bayfield River near Hwy 21 bridge1837 viewsHere my grandkids practice their strokes...they are in heaven...this is their first canoe season, one I hope will last a lifetime.
Bayfield_River_heading_to_Lake_Huron.jpg
Bayfield River, Heading into Lake Huron1214 viewsThis is my grandkid's first canoe season and they love it...however once we reached the end of the government docks up ahead and turned south (left) they became quite nervous, but never said a word...very quiet paddle in the lake.
Bayfield_River_near_Hwy_21_bridge_westbound.jpg
Entry to Lake Huron via the Bayfield River, Ontario1255 viewsWe paddled the Bayfield river and are just entering Lake Huron. It is early morning and the mist is still rising. Visibility is low out into the lake, however the shoreline can still be easily seen. It is a great paddle when the waters are calm. This lake is notorious for rough waters...
Bayfield_shoreline_Lake_Huron.jpg
Lake Huron at Bayfield, ON960 viewsWe paddled out from the Bayfield River and headed south towards Grand Bend...but did not go very far. It was a great experience for my grandkids...they love canoeing and this was there first season in a canoe.
Bayfield_Steamer_wreck_in_Lake_Huron.jpg
Lake Huron - Bayfield, ON1219 viewsAfter paddling along the Bayfield River, past Hwy 21 bridge and through Harbour Lights Marnia and out into the depths of Lake Huron. This is what is left of a sunken Steamer that was hauled from Owen Sound and then from Goderich. It is stuck about a half mile from Bayfield beach. The boys were quite nervous on this paddle...they were glad when we went ashore for lunch and a swim.
beavercanoe.jpg
Proof I paddled it.270 views
Bow_With_a_View-Resize.jpg
Bow With a View434 viewsThis is the first picture I took, on my first canoe trip with Sundown (2 years ago)...in fact, my first canoe trip EVER!!!! Just stopped paddling and said "Wait! I need this shot....how amazing!"
Buried_in_shavings.jpg
Buried in Shavings683 viewsShaving down the cedar with the crooked knife takes a long time.
campsite.jpg
Muriel Lake, Killarney307 viewsAugust 1996.......shot with a cheap panoramic disposable camera. It says everything that I could ever say about canoeing..... and more
181 files on 7 page(s) 1