Viewing the Bay at its best from a rock camp

This canoe camper captures the gentle and raw nature of Georgian Bay at a season when few, if any, others are about.

On Philip Edward Island, despite ice still choking Collins Inlet, he watches myriad early birds returning from migration, sees an otter prowling the rocks, gazes at the spring stars, a “red” moon and aurora borealis, and witnesses an awesome lightning display across the open water. He endures a seemingly never ending rainstorm, and starts a friendship with a goose.

You can share his experiences in two parts here:

One thought on “Viewing the Bay at its best from a rock camp

  1. intriguing. wonderful photography. And music! Enjoyed viewing from my warm workspace. But I bet you’d rather be out there with him, Dick. Looking forward to viewing Part 2 soon.

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