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leaving the inflatable

we always put the inflatables up in a tree or root wad so the bears will be less likely to find and chew on them...
Spur Lake to the Brady Glacier

September 14th 2007
“Spur Lake” is a 'glacially dammed lake' - one end of the lake is a wall of ice, the Brady Glacier. Ice calves off the wall and floats in the lake. Spur Lake is officially not named - you won’t find the name on any maps. I call it ‘Spur Lake’ because it looks, from a map, a bit like a thorn or, spur. But if you come to visit you can call it anything you’d like! Glacially dammed ... read more
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