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kayaking Georgian Bay

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camping and kayaking around the many small, deserted islands of Georgian Bay. no bears but lots of eagles and a five-lined skink. these glaciated rocks are 1.8 billion years old.
21st Jul 2009, 19:48   | tags:,

JokerXL says:


21st Jul 2009, 19:55

MaggieD says:


21st Jul 2009, 20:00

swamprose says:

it's good to be home, but it was fantastic. I want to go out again, soon.

21st Jul 2009, 20:06

nige says:

So now you're back, from outer space? I like that last one.

21st Jul 2009, 20:10

swamprose says:

nige, I am always in outer space.

21st Jul 2009, 20:51

beth says:

that's a great looking skink

21st Jul 2009, 21:11

cariadus says:

Wow, fantastic shots, especially love the top one.

21st Jul 2009, 23:27

Jig along says:

Love the pics.

If you're looking for a place to have a captain cook during winter, The Buccaneer Archipelago could be just the ticket. Just a small group of islands of around 800, with rocks around 2.0 billion years. Some scientist mob went to have a look to see what lives on them islands and found all sorts of animals that they didn't even know existed before like a black mamba and king brown cross.

22nd Jul 2009, 00:17

swamprose says:

thanks j. for the suggestion. nothing like a good snake cross to keep things interesting.
the archipelago looks lovely. lots of sharks, I expect...

22nd Jul 2009, 02:59

Jig along says:

No, not many sharks. Oh, perhaps paddling in this area probably isn't a good thing:)

22nd Jul 2009, 07:00

Viv says:

satisfied your wild side - lovely set

22nd Jul 2009, 11:57

Another great series

23rd Jul 2009, 15:55

crickson says:

I love that lizard pic!

29th Jul 2009, 20:57

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