On Oct. 4 with cloudless skies, 7 of us explored around the Kellerhals farm and forest situated near Hyacinthe Creek. With the property map in hand we had a delightful time exploring. We hiked some of the trails through the forest, up to a lookout, relaxed at their pond and observed some rock cliffs and gravel pits of archeological interest.
We all laughed, lunched and lounged during a memorable hike. Thanks to Heather Kellerhals for sharing her property with us.
Note: Thanks to Meg for the photos
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Hiking – Kellerhals Farm – 4 Oct 2017
After weeks of dry weather, August 30 started out in a shower of rain, delaying, but not cancelling, the planned kayak outing to the Chained Islets in Kanish Bay. Four club members launched at the Granite Bay ramp and made our way along the south coast of the Bay to the Islets. After a short break for a snack, we ambled back, meeting rain about half an hour before returning to Granite Bay. The main benefit of the weather was the calm to light breezes from the southeast, rather than the heavy north westerlies that often blow into the Bay. 9.9 km; 3¼ without the shore break.
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Kayaking – Kanish Bay – 30 August 2017