Massasauga 2005

(Oastler Lake) - Woods Bay - Wreck Island - Blackstone Harbour


Monday, September 19, 2005

  MONDAY MORNING MONDAY AFTERNOON MONDAY EVENING MONDAY OVERNIGHT
    Mainly sunny Chance of thunder- showers Chance of thunder- showers Chance of thunder- showers
TEMPERATURE   13C 24C 18C 18C
CONDITION   Mainly sunny Chance of thunder- showers Chance of thunder- showers Chance of thunder- showers
P.O.P.   0% 60% 60% 40%
WIND   E 5 km/h SE 10 km/h SE 15 km/h SW 35 km/h
HUMIDITY   92% 55% 93% 100%
RAIN   - 2-4 mm close to 15 mm -

From Monday morning to Tuesday morning we expect : 15-25 mm of rain.
Updated : Monday September 19 2005, 5:00 EDT  

 

  TUE
SEP 20
WED
SEP 21
THU
SEP 22
FRI
SEP 23
SAT
SEP 24
SUN
SEP 25
    Variable cloudiness Cloudy periods Scattered showers Cloudy periods Variable cloudiness Cloudy periods
HIGH   18C 22C 23C 19C 19C 18C
LOW   18C 10C 10C 10C 13C 10C
CONDITION   Variable cloudiness Cloudy periods Scattered showers Cloudy periods Variable cloudiness Cloudy periods
P.O.P.   20% 20% 40% 10% 10% 10%
WIND   NW 25 km/h W 15 km/h SW 10 km/h NE 20 km/h SE 5 km/h W 20 km/h
    Updated : Monday September 19 2005, 5:01 EDT  


 

 Oastler Lake


Tuesday, September 20, 2005

 Self-Serve registration

 Setting up camp on site 512

 The typical overcast sky we saw for most of the first day.

 Calhoun Lodge

 Finally the skies start to clear, but the wind is still moving pretty good.

 A couple more shots of site 512.


Wednesday, September 21, 2005

 Lunch

 A great swim (the water was still 19C)

 Site 217... another great site.

 The beach of Site 218... also a great site.

 Back at our site.

 A nice campfire, and the lake turned into a mirror.


Thursday, September 22, 2005

 The closest we saw to a sunrise.  The sun disappeared again shortly after this.

 We took the swampy section of Woods Bay to avoid the speed boat traffic.

 Touring the waterfall on the stream between Little Blackstone Lake and Blackstone Harbour.

My Massasauga Commentary... 

I doubt we'll be heading back anytime soon for various reasons...

My recommendations...  for the serenity of a wilderness adventure, continue further north, or head east to Algonquin.Park.