|Only the pros would know how to load so much on a canoe!|
|I climbed a tree a la Mason to see if Kim and Trev were visible around the bend after we'd split off to find a site.|
|We settled with the campsite on this cove and near this fallen tree that would prove to serve as a great dock.|
|The site was missing a picnic table...but Trev managed to rig a kitchen table anyway.|
|Although the sun would eventually pierce through the clouds, it was kind of cold up there.|
|The boys got enthusiastic about finding fire wood to keep the fire going all day.|
|They were pretty happy with themselves for having such awesome wood gathering skills.|
|This scantily clad girl decided the weather had gotten warmer.|
|So they poised themselves for a dip and jumped in!|
|We went on an evening canoe ride to find the elusive otters...|
|but spotted one of God's flower planters instead.|
|Woke up to a gorgeous day on the third day so we headed across Timothy Lake |
to find the trail to Little Crater Lake.
|It was worth all the paddling effort. Little Crater Lake was freakishly blue and cold (34 degrees F) situated |
smack in the middle of a meadow--a place worth checking out!
We'll definitely have to canoe camp again. We LOVED it!!!