by Gerry Gooderham

                                                April 17, 2004


APRIL 17, 2004 It was sunny and 17 C. The ice was melting and the water was low, as seen below the boathouse. "We were walking on it this morning," said Gooderham. All shots were taken between Temagami and Bear islands.



Snowmachines on dry land with the lake behind. Gooderham waited for the sun to drop enough (below) to capture the puddles and freezing skim-ice on the lake. "Maybe one week of travelling if this weather holds," Gooderham predicted.

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