Back Country Canoe Trips, Part 5 – 2005

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Canoe Lake

We decided to go into Burnt Island Lake this year in Algonquin Park.  You have to leave from Canoe Lake which is a big and very busy lake.  We are heading out from here.  If I remember correctly, we went from Canoe Lake – Joe Lake – Little Joe Lake – Lost Joe Lake – Baby Joe Lake and into Burnt Island Lake.  Obviously someone with no imagination named these lakes !

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Looking to the right from the docks at Canoe Lake

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Portage Canoe Lake to Joe Lake

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Heading for Little Joe Lake

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Portage Baby Joe Lake to Burnt Island Lake

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Our campsite, view from the water

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Burnt Island Campsite

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The Chipster
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Please Sir can I have some more?
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No soup for you !  Ricky Raccoon is hiding between the canoe and the tree
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Oh man………here he comes again
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Me enjoying the view and the day

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Hmm where is this?  Good question……….

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We went to Birdie Lake, Alder Lake and Iris Lake

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We stayed a few nights on Burnt Island and our last night we did a partial paddle/portage back to Joe Lake area for a break.  Only one night there and then back to where we had our cars parked.  We didn’t see a lot of wildlife this trip but we still enjoyed it.  I love the peacefulness and lack of people out here.  It’s my happy place where I can truly relax and have no worries.  Well I’m a stressed out woman so I guess I still have SOME worries lol.   Having said that, Canoe Lake is a very busy lake, lots of people but we still enjoy it.

 

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