Friday, December 9


Photos by Gerry Gooderham

Ogama Island, Lake Temagami

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Top: On the east side of Temagami Island, heading south to the landing with Ket-Chun-Eny Lodge off the bow. Bottom: Past Ket-Chun-Eny with the landing off the left edge of the photo.


Boat traffic dwindling

There were only two boats when I got to the Mine Landing, including mine.

Winds were hard from the west and warming temperatures got to minus 5 C.

Yes, the Bear Island barge was running, slow and noisy. Imagine travelling in a tin can pushing through a big bowl of two-by-two-inch ice cubes.

Gerry Gooderham, Ogama Island, Lake Temagami


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