Morning Tea with Moose: an Algonquin Park Canoe Trip
Published By Todd Lucier on July 24th, 2008 in Nature Connection
We have just returned home from the Morning Tea with Moose canoe trip in Algonquin Park. The weather was spectacular and we had an amazing time paddling and viewing wildlife on North Tea lake in the NW corner of Algonquin park. We had the privilege to see three moose early in the morning and after waiting quietly on the banks of a wetland we witnessed a beaver swimming back and forth between the dam and the lodge. Herons flew overhead and the call of the Loon put us to sleep at night under the stars and the beauty of the ‘rising’ moon. The days were warm and the water was calm during most of our trip. On one of the days we ventured to the waterfall between North Tea and Manitou lakes and the ‘pounding’ force of the waterfall was like a massage to our backs and arms. Stories and laughter were shared around the campfire at night and we were able to experience what makes this place called Algonquin to special and close to the hearts of people from around the world.
There are still a number of canoe trips planned for the remainder of the year. Check out our website to see which ones may work for you. http://www.northernedgealgonquin.com/ or http://www.earthtracks.ca/
Until next time,