Trip Reports

Chiniguchi 2019

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The Chiniguchi route is on crown land northeast of Sudbury. Going after the middle of August allowed us to avoid the kids' camps that use this route earlier in the summer. The weather was remarkably good with just a bit of rain and not too much wind while paddling. On the way out, we had multiple passes overhead by an Ontario Government aircraft which seemed to be practicing water bomber manouvers.

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Supper first night

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Measuring out the scrambled eggs for breakfast

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Swim in Paradise Lagoon at end of portage.

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Crossing logs to get back from Paradise Lagoon

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Large red pines at campsite on Wolf Lake on the way in.

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Campfire at McConnell Bay campsite.

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Very large red pines at McConnell Bay campsite.

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Very windy the first afternoon after we arrived and then calm the next morning.

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Talking after breakfast.

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Doing dishes. Rinsed dishes put in mesh drying bag.

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More relaxing.

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Lots of pine cones on the beach.

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Sundew carnivorous plants on the beach.

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Horned Bladderwort, another carnivorous plant, growing above the Sundew.

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Making supper.

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As the tripped progressed, the nights and the early mornings became cold.

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Beautiful view over Wolf Lake on trip back.

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Another view over Wolf Lake.

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Red squirrel defending his territory.

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Repair done to collapsed chair.

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Calm weather on paddle out to cars.

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Nice end to beautiful trip.

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