Tony met Mathew and Peggy a few years back when he was riding the same route I am taking. They are thinking to ship their Landcruiser to Colombia and has offered space in their container for our two motorcycles. Maybe we can all get on the same page in 2018 and make it happen.
Mathew offered a flat spot near their cabin on Rocky Point Pond for my camping needs. I accept all offers of deep forest water side camping.
To reach the cabin, one must cross a very narrow wooden bridge. Damit is wide, seven feet the time we measured him. Slowly we inched across without scraping the rails or the rig.
Before setting up camp, a quick walk down to the water's edge.
The pond was quiet, no one in the other cabins, I had the lake to myself.
Being without a paddle, I left the canoes resting as I found them.
Camp is ready for a good nights rest.
Early the next morning I sat at the water's edge with my camera waiting for the two loons to appear.
Mathew said would frequently swim up to their dock.
No loons showed, so I worked on the rig doing maintenance and adjustments instead. Finishing the work, decide to take a quick dip in the lake to clean up.
Now in the water, without a camera, the two loons swam out to see what fowl was fowling their lake.
Rushed back for the camera and grabbed one quick shot before they disappeared again.