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We drove 1400 miles from New York City to Kenora, Ontario in Canada with a kayak on the roof of our SUV. Here we are unpacking at last.
|Kayak on top of SUV
The kayak sat in two cradles on top of the roof rack on the SUV. It traveled very well in all kinds of weather conditions.
|Monarch Butterfly on kayak
The first wildlife I encountered while launching my kayak into the Lake of the Woods was this beautiful Monarch butterfly which seemed to be attracted to the top of the kayak. The butterfly stayed near for some time.
|Monarch Butterfly on kayak before launch
Here's a closeup of the butterfly on the kayak.
|Lake of the Woods with smooth water and sky
I first put in at Lake of the Woods around midday on August 17th, a calm summer day. The water was very smooth and made for a gentle introduction to the Lake.
|Overcast view from kayak on Lake of the Woods
Taking photographs from the cockpit of the kayak is a very enjoyable experience. Here is a view on an overcast morning.
|View from kayak cockpit
This is a wide-angle view of an overcast day on Lake of the Woods.
|View from kayak cockpit with smooth water
The smooth, calm water of this particular day on Lake of the Woods is visible in this photo taken from the kayak cockpit.
The trees on the shoreline are reflected in the smooth water of the marsh near Clearwater Bay.
|Smooth water in marsh
After crossing Clearwater Bay on the north shore of Lake of the Woods I entered a lovely marsh area whose only other occupants were loons.