In order to get here we have to take the boat down the creek that leads out to the lake. You have to drive very slowly so that there is no wake. There are about 4 bridges that you have to go under along the creek.
This year there are very high water levels so many people who have boat houses on the creek found them under water and some could not put their boats in the boat houses because of this.
In Kenora many of the local businesses are build close to the water and they have pubic docks so that you can do your shopping when you come off the lake.
The local grocery store, Safeway, has docks so that you can pull up, dock and then get your groceries for the weekend. This year their docks are under water and so is the walkway leading into the store.
On Thursday we took a ride around part of the lake and found an island with pelicans and cormorants sitting enjoying the sunshine.
They didn't mind how close we came to them,
We went fishing on Wednesday and caught about 20 fish but only kept seven. The rest were too small and so we did catch and release. Seven were enough for a nice fish fry on Thursday. On Friday the lake was too rough to take the small boat out to go fishing so we sat on the dock and did some casting from there. Sharon caught 2 baby pickerel so she threw them back in. Hopefully they will grow bigger so that next year when we go back they will be eating size.
Sunrise on our last morning, over the Island across the bay.