|The River to the NW, and unlimited hiking.|
|The West River Bank with rock outcropping.|
|The little Islands to the NW|
|The west river bank.|
|The south end of the Island|
|Again the South end of the Island.|
|The west bank .|
|The SW bank showing cedars which grow along the river bank.|
|The West River bank now with a cloudy sky.|
For our hike Boom and I use this upper area, cross the bridge and turn left. Any vehicles turn right and that's the end of the few people we'll see.Normally, we'd use a RR maintenance road and come in from the south because it runs right through the forest and exits at the bridge. That way we would see no one. We could go to the upper river and hike to the west along the river on an unlimited distance hike. In fact all the way to the Canadian west, but unfortunately Boom and I are a little too old for that now. Once there was a time.....
Later I'll be taking you to wetlands and lakes to the north and east where there is no one but Boom & I and the wildlife.
To those people from Germany who jumped onto the site this AM. Welkomme!! This area is a wilderness forest as opposed to the provincial parks such as Algonquin park that you probably know about. Unlike your own forests you do not need permission to hike it , but you do need to be careful as the wildlife is extensive, and in some cases big.There are no facilities in this immediate area to outfit you, but further east and west it's possible to get equipment and you're going to need canoes or kayaks because of the many lakes and rivers in any directions. If you have questions use the comments section, and I'll try and answer them, but in English please as I have lost all my German. If you should see me I'm the guy with the big dog and the camera say hello.
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