We are home again from our getaway about 500 miles north.
A ways beyond the most northerly community
in Ontario accessible year-round by road, we landed our boat and headed to the little cabin that awaits us.
The area is described as follows:
Vast virgin Boreal forests,
never touched by a logger's axe, stretch for hundreds of miles beyond
the horizon. This huge wilderness is only 300 miles from the coast of
Hudson Bay, Ontario's subarctic. Countless lakes, rocky shore, jutting islands, & natural sandy beaches. Exceptional fishing, moose, woodland caribou, timber wolf, black bear, game birds, bald
eagles, the ever-present song birds, and migratory birds such as ducks
This region is also known as "Sunset Country."
Sunsets. Fish. Campfires. Swimming. Books. Paddling. More fish (lots & lots of fish). Loons calling. Quality Family Time. We had a good trip.
We apparently missed a big storm and temporary power outage while we were gone. It was a big deal, filling my social media when we arrived back home, the hours that everyone's electricity was out.
Funny, we didn't have power any of the days where we were, & didn't miss it a bit. Nor running water nor cell phones. :)
You can see more about this faraway place and our favorite things about it over previous years HERE.
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