Our campsite had access to a dock for tying off the canoes.
During our paddling we watched cormorants, loons and marveled at the quiet beauty of the lake.
and stopped at the Yard Islands for a swim.
We made good time crossing the lake and began unloading boats and assembling our camp for the weekend.
Saturday afternoon, we paddled to Church Island that is a religious sanctuary.
Upon approach we were notified that a wedding was underway and that we could not land. So instead, we paddled to the point on the island where we could see the large cross made from white birch.
For the rest of the afternoon we just peacefully paddled to Little Loon Island to observe an Eagle's nest
After about a half-hour loading and preparing the canoes for the trip, our group started out of Piper Cove and proceeded out to our Moon Island campsite.
The wind was blowing and the lake was now full of white caps.
Each couple cooked their own main course which I frankly cannot remember what everyone had however, I know that Jon and I had pork stir-fry with pad thai noodles.
Each couple cooked their own breakfast with Jon/I having a vegetable/cheese egg scramble, bacon and seasoned home fries.