Friday, 17 March 2017

I was into town by scoot today.  These pictures were taken on the trip back out to Kineras Bay.
 Glen Burney Marina
 Two Mile Narrows
 A pressure crack at the entrance to Five Mile Bay
 Ice pushed up on shore all the way along Parry Is. and Isabel Is.
 Looking west on Five Mile Bay
 Dunroe Is.
The osprey nest.
 Approaching Milton Is.

 McLaren Is.

 Approaching Seven Mile Narrows.

 Craganmor Pt. Resort   taken Mar.17/17

Sunday, 5 March 2017

 Having a cookout on T bay.  Taken Mar.5/17
The sun setting on Five Mile Bay.  Taken Mar.5/17

Saturday, 4 March 2017

 I encountered this Ruffled Grouse on the snowmobile trail that wanted to be photographed.  Taken Mar.4/17

The west end of McLaren Is.  Taken Mar.5/17

Friday, 3 March 2017

 Fungi growing on the end of a log beside the trail.  Taken Mar.3/17

Looking east at the east narrows of the Indian Dock Channel.  I found 2" of ice here with 2" of snow on top.  This thin ice will probably continue into the bay around the corner for about 200 ft.  Taken Mar3/17

Monday, 27 February 2017

These pictures were taken at the head of Kineras Bay.  Taken Feb.27/17

Sunday, 26 February 2017

This shows the western entrance to the Indian Dock Channel where the extended trail ends.  This ice is all new ice the formed last night and is about 1" thick.  Taken Feb.26/17
This photo is curiously of Wayne Jeffery on Orchard Is.  This is looking southwest toward Wreck Is.  There was no open water visible when I was there last Monday.  Taken Feb.25/17

Saturday, 25 February 2017

This shows the east narrows of the Indian Dock looking east.  There is about 500' of open water in the channel at the narrows.  The entrance to the bypass trail into the little bay has about 2" of soft white ice for about 100' in the mouth of the bay.  It makes it impassable.  The ice in general has slushy areas about 4" deep.  Taken Feb.25/17
This video is shot with my new sport cam retuning from the Indian Dock Channel.  It shows me crossing the channel then onto a portage over Louisa Is. and then proceeding to cross the south channel and then onto the portage to Kineras Bay.  Taken Feb.25/17
 These pictures were taken at the head of Kineras bay.  Taken Feb.25/17