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Kayaking The Georgian Bay Coast: Days 7 And 8 – Garland I. To Franklin I. To Snug Harbour

Previous Post: Days 5 & 6 – Byng Inlet To Hangdog I. To Garland I. (The Minks) Day 7 – Garland Island To Franklin Island When I crawled out of my tent into the awesome sunrise you see in the photo … Continue reading

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​Kayaking The Georgian Bay Coast: Days 5 And 6 – Byng Inlet To Hangdog I. To Garland I. (The Minks)

Previous Post: Days 3 & 4 – From The Bustard islands To South of Byng Inlet; Our Day 4 campsite to the south of Byng Inlet was an interior one away from G’ Bay;  it faced east towards Marjory island … Continue reading

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Kayaking The Georgian Bay Coast: Day 3 And 4 – Point Grondine To The Bustards To South of Byng Inlet

Previous Post: Days 1 & 2 – Killarney (Chikanishing Creek) To Solomons island Day 3: Point Grondine To the Bustard Islands   weather: sunny with little wind distance: 22.5 km. campsite: east side of The Bustards By Day 3 we were getting … Continue reading

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Kayaking The Georgian Bay Coast: Maps, Logistics + Days 1 and 2 – Chikanishing Creek To Solomon I. To Point Grondine

Previous Post: Kayaking Georgian Bay – Intro: Killarney To Snug Harbour The Maps: This was one of those trips where I was a passenger and not the organizer!   Rick had his laminated collection of Natural Resources Canada 1:50,000 topos … Continue reading

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Kayaking Georgian Bay – From Killarney To Snug Harbour – Intro and Initial Planning

Related Post: Paddling Around Georgian Bay’s Philip Edward Island – Part One I pick up the rented Epsilon C200 at White Squall north of Parry Sound on Tuesday and then one of its drivers shuttles us up to the north end of … Continue reading

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