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Rowing in Hay Lake, in Canada

In the previous post I told you that one of the activities we enjoyed during our stay at Hay Lake (Ontario, Canada) was kayak and canoe ride.

Hay Lake is about 9 km long and it’s 2,5 km on its wider part, it has a pair of islands in the middle and, at least in the stretches we visited, the water is still and we didn’t notice great streams.

We did some excursions at different hours during the daytime, and another one just to watch the sunset. We were always equipped with our life jackets, caps, cameras and soft drinks. It’s much more comfortable to row while you gaze at the grandiosity of nature rather than driving a car or walking, and that’s why we repeated the experience many times.

In our canoe rides we found beaver dams and birds of prey (although it would be hard to say which species) besides crossing with some little motor boats driven by anglers (this is a deeply rooted tradition in Canada) and hearing all the time sounds from animals we couldn’t see: woodpeckers, fighting squirrels, some deer roars…

It didn’t seem so because of the peace that surrounded us, but there are also many cabins by the lake. They are very mingled with the landscape (or hidden) but they are constant along the lake shores, everyone with its little dock and many ornaments like wood bears, inukshuks, dream catchers…

Here are some photos from our canoe rides…

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