This week we had a group from Albany, New York that flew in with their Turbo Beaver on wheels that landed in Rapid Lake and on natural “bush runways”, they are now sharing a few photos of their great trip with us.
It was interesting to see that most bays of the East Ungava region are still covered with broken sea ice.
We shared some time with Tommy our Inuit’s guide where we visited his cabin and looked for caribou and polar bears on the barren ground tundra.
June 22nd. In an austere nature at Land’s End the ice floe adds a touch of exoticism to our journey.
We caught some big arctic char and lost several huge ones.
In Rapid Lake we stayed in a small log cabin away from the main building; our idea was to camp out but we couldn’t resist the temptation of this small hand-hewn timber cabin made by Alain Lagacé.
Rapid Lake is Nunavik’s brook trout paradise and we spent two whole days to tease this wonderful resource.
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