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5/29/2017 7:45 pm  #1


Where is this #148

http://people.math.carleton.ca/~jstewart/Photos/site2.JPG

One of two campsites on this lake.

 

5/29/2017 11:34 pm  #2


Re: Where is this #148

Shippagew?

 

5/30/2017 5:39 am  #3


Re: Where is this #148

Polly?

 

5/30/2017 5:58 am  #4


Re: Where is this #148

Not Shippagew or Polly.

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5/30/2017 7:45 am  #5


Re: Where is this #148

Mubwayaka?

 

5/30/2017 7:50 am  #6


Re: Where is this #148

Not Mubwayaka

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5/30/2017 9:16 am  #7


Re: Where is this #148

Marie?

 

5/30/2017 9:44 am  #8


Re: Where is this #148

Not Marie.

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5/30/2017 1:08 pm  #9


Re: Where is this #148

OPEONGO???

JUST KIDDING...

SHADA LAKE


Tripping in Algonquin Park is not about seeking shelter from a storm, tripping in Algonquin Park is about dancing in the rain!
 

5/30/2017 6:06 pm  #10


Re: Where is this #148

No, it isn't Shada Lake.   Time for the first clue -- there is only one portage into this lake which as I said before has two campsites.

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5/30/2017 6:47 pm  #11


Re: Where is this #148

Stringer!

 

5/30/2017 7:04 pm  #12


Re: Where is this #148

Sorry, not Stringer!
 

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5/30/2017 7:08 pm  #13


Re: Where is this #148

Gouinlock?

 

5/30/2017 8:31 pm  #14


Re: Where is this #148

RCShevalier wrote:

Gouinlock?

Gouinlock it is!   We were there on a very rainy Sunday on the May long weekend.   I'm pretty sure the first time I was in that area in 1982 the portages to both Gouinlock and Windermere started at the cabin but have since been relocated away from that property.  This was my first opportunity to hike out to Gouinlock.    It looks like it would be a nice lake to camp on.
 

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