Thursday, July 4, 2013

Bugs, Bogs, Bears, Belugas & A Bay - A Canoe Trip To Hudson Bay

Our canoes were surrounded by Beluga whales on our last day of canoeing into Hudson Bay. When they swam by they'd turn sideways to get their eye close to the surface and see who we were. In the video you can see the horseflies as well as the whales. Their breathing sounded like a bunch of old men who were running up a hill.

The day before, a big white rock in the middle of the Churchill River, turned out to be a mother Polar bear and her cub cooling off in the heat.

The tundra was full of bogs with quicksand-like mud. 


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Lisa said...

Hey, I love the new look to the blog, very nice. We need some posts about ice, just because it rhymes.