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I am retired and exploring the world on foot, by canoe and kayak. You see and experience much more this way. No luxury resorts on some tropical beach for me.
MOIRA RIVER. Action spot on the Moira River at the weir.
Chisholm's Mills, popular for white water paddling in spring.
Spring flood 2008 at the broken dam, Moira River in Belleville.
Skootamatta River and old bridge foundation. An upper tributary of the Moira River.
Rocks sculptured by spring floods.
Bottom of the Scuttle holes. Some of the river goes through caves behind me, some through this narrow channel known as the "S" bend, and sometimes through the channel to the upper right of the picture.
The "Ledge". Granite rock here and up river results in a sharp drop. It is all limestone down stream from here resulting in long steady rapids. This marks the contact of the Canadian Shield rock, and the Mississippi sedimentary basin.
This ledge on the Moira River marks the end of the Canadian Shield granite rocks, and the start of the limestone sedimentary basin that extends to the Gulf of Mexico.
Moira River in winter, Esker Road
Dam at Latta
Spring flood 2008 at wier on Moira River
Down stream side of the Skootamatta River in fall. An upper tributary of the Moira River.
Spring run off. There is usually a good wave here.
Spring run off at the Weir.
By late summer, this wier dries out, so will I.
This stretch of the Moira river is noted for its huge limestone blocks.
Chisholm's Mills in winter
At the broken dam on the Moira River, Belleville.
Moira River below the Carss Road bridge put in.
Black River, popular in spring run off for white water paddling. Check upstream. An upper tributary of the Moira River.
At the Scuttle Holes, part of the river goes through this channel known as the "S bend", part goes underground through caves on the right.
Looking up stream on the Moira. The river splits in two here. This section is noted for large limestone blocks.
Spring flood, 2008. Note how high the water is to the bottom of the bridge.
Watch your step. It is a 3 m. drop into a wide cavern with a thin rock slab roof at the Scuttle Holes.
Black and White
Bon Echo Provincial Park
Celtic stone fences
Charleston Lake Provincial Park
Frontenac Provincial Park
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Inca Trail Peru
K P Hiking Trail
Little Cat Con Area
Menzel Nature Reserve
Mile stones Hwy # 2
Opinicon Lake - Rideau Trails
Prince Edward Cty.
Sheffield Con. Area.
Sir John A. McDonald
Stellar Sea Lions
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