Welcome back to the final part of our trip to the mainland of Canada in August.The fishing wasn't as good as it could be so we decided to head home before Low Tide trapped us in the fjord for a few hours. You can see a circled area in the photograph below this paragraph. That is the gap you see above. It has narrowed down significantly and the boat was scraping on the rocky bottom as our driver rode through it.
I also added a couple of shots of the family who brought us up here. Their grandfather showed up as we were getting ready to leave so we took a half hour to do some more fishing. With a gun.
And you thought it was annoying when kids throw rocks while you fish!
All in, it was a great trip! By the end of it I was shivering from the cold of being on the arctic ocean, even mid-August. We wore ski pants, and thick jackets to try and stave it off, but alas, that wet wind bites through fabric as if it's not there.
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