Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Bad River to Collins Inlet

Yet again the weather said things would be good (10 knot winds, seas around 1 foot), and things were great. Except for the temp, which was a bit chilly for me (59 degrees). Seas were maybe six inches again. Nice, wonderful crossing.

We turned upwards into Collins Inlet. The vista changed here. Suddenly we were in high canyon walls, weaving our way from lake to lake. We anchored in Mill Lake, close to the turn to continue the canyon tour. We'll take that tomorrow.

The boys lowering the dingy for the day.
Thank you, Martha, for the pic!

Canyon walls on Collins Inlet

Lone Bald Eagle watches from a dead tree.

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