|North end of Howey Street, Red Lake, showing old ice road|
|Me, Tom, Sam and Sophie were on first trip. Brenda, Rebekah and all our gear came on the second|
|Large crack across the Forestry Stretch shows ice pans are grinding|
|Pipestone Bay also has a large crack, running toward Cole's hill|
|Our open water landing strip is the piece with the small island, top left|
|Scene from Cabin 8 after thunderstorm|
We also saw big cracks across the big bays and ice had piled up along these, indicating the ice sheets were moving. It is ready to go!
Due to the fact we have very little diesel fuel we will only operate the generator for a few hours each day. If you need to reach us, send an e-mail (best) or leave a message on the phone and we will get back to you whenever we are up and running.
Moose spent the winter in camp, as usual. Their marbles and tracks are evidence. We've also seen lots of beavers and goldeneye ducks.
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