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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.
Puzzle Lake Provincial Park. The park has many lakes, it measures an irregular 5 km. by 3 km., but no easy public access. You cannot drive in, and there are no trails. I like it that way.
Winter at the north end of Puzzle Lake. This is one of the head waters of the Salmon River through Gull Creek.
Rugged Puzzle Lake camp. The sun has just appeared above the horizon, mid October. The colours have not been enhanced.
Rocky shore line.
Ancient fault line in 1.2 billion year old rock. The cedar trees on the rocky face could be hundreds of years old. They are true bonsai trees.
Pick a colour, any colour. These colours have not been enhanced.
Little Norway Mud Lake is impossible to navigate at low water.
ATV trail between Norway Lake and Loyst Lake. Some parts are very much rougher than this.
Puzzle Lake, near Tamworth. This is one of the head waters of the Salmon River through Gull Creek. This pink granite forms a band about 3 km. wide running in a NE-SW direction and is 1.24 billion years old. This is one of several spectular fault lines found in this area.
Puzzle Lake at sunrise, mid October. There is no easy public access to the lake, no roads or trails. Canoeing requires a long portage over rough ground. A float plane is the easiest way in.
Back lit trees on a point of land.
Loyst Lake in Puzzle Lake Provincial Park. There is no easy public access, no roads or trails. You can only get here by paddling and portaging on rough ground. At a recent public meeting about Puzzle Lake Provincial Park, everyone wanted to keep the access difficult to preserve it. I met only one other couple here the whole day.
View through the trees.
Little Norway Mud Lake.
Norway Lake, west shore.
Snowmobile trail down Puzzle Lake, connects to Norway Lake to the south east. This is one of the head waters of the Salmon River through Gull Creek.
Puzzle Lake, mid October. These colours are natural, they have not been enhanced.
Small island on Puzzle Lake.
Rocky shore line runs along an ancient fault line.
Little Rila Island on Loyst Lake.
Little Norway Mud Lake.
Norway Lake camp is accessable only by foot or ATV. You might be able to get in by canoe early in the summer when water levels are higher.
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