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First we paddled up Blue Creek to the first shoal. Hawks, Blue Herrons, Kingfishers and Woodpeckers kept us company. This time of the year one can see all of the rock formations and caves along the creek before the trees leaf out.
Davis Creek is two miles dowstream on river left. You can paddle several miles upstream before you reach the first shoal. About half way up we were joined by an Eagle. Atop the ridges you can see where the timber has been replanted.
After lunch we returned to the beach where some of the campers children were swimming. I told Martine that I wish that I was tough enough to swim in that cold water.
80 degree sunny weather and clear water makes for a good day trip. The reason this trip was rated moderate is there are few places to get out of your boat to stretch ones legs. We paddled a total of 17 miles.
Deck Rigging Gear
Rescue / Throw Bags
Wabakimi Canoe Pack