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1/12/2018 12:09 pm  #1


Where #214

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1/15/2018 7:40 am  #2


Re: Where #214

Between Aster (Astor?) Pond and Willow Lk?

 

1/15/2018 9:20 am  #3


Re: Where #214

Not Willow or Aster Pond.


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1/15/2018 9:48 am  #4


Re: Where #214

Looking at Tom Thomson from the portage to Long Pond?

 

1/15/2018 10:14 am  #5


Re: Where #214

Not TT either.


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1/15/2018 12:52 pm  #6


Re: Where #214

The Portage from Hambone into Acme/Pond? 

 

1/15/2018 1:39 pm  #7


Re: Where #214

Not Hambone or Acme.


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1/15/2018 1:58 pm  #8


Re: Where #214

I remember a really muddy stretch at the north end of Club Lake that could fit. The portage sign would be Waterclear and you would be looking back towards Club after the portage took you around most of the mud. 

 

1/15/2018 3:38 pm  #9


Re: Where #214

Not Club or Waterclear.  Too far north.


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1/17/2018 10:47 am  #10


Re: Where #214

Assuming we are looking at the take out, and just beyond is the lake where you'll be putting in, there are only a small handful of places this can be - this appears to be one of those 2m or 5m or 10m portages that can be found in the park.

A few ideas are:
P2 across the Spruce Bog Boardwalk
P10 Upper Nip (Above Big Bob)
P5 Galipo River

But if I had to nail it, I'd say this is
P30 from Frost Lake, looking towards South Galipo Lake.

Last edited by Peek (1/17/2018 10:49 am)

 

1/17/2018 11:01 am  #11


Re: Where #214

You got it Peek.   Looking at South Galipo from Frost.


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