Views Near Great Slave Lake

I was driving to another community in the Northwest Territories on Saturday when I saw this young bear. She (or he) was completely unfazed by my presence and idling engine. After a cursory look, she returned to eating some sort of tasty plant.

This bear is probably about a year old.

I wanted to get a better picture but I wasn’t going to get out of my truck to do that. Bears can run fast and have really big teeth. So, I was reduced to reaching across from the driver’s side to get these shots with my cell phone. This the sixth bear that I’ve seen since the beginning of May.

Yum – not me, whatever she’s eating.

On the way back, it was drizzling. Since the air is now warmer than the ground or any body of water – thanks to our almost 24 hours of daylight – the formation of fog is very common. There was quite a layer of it above Little Buffalo River.

There are many deep rivers here.

The fog produced some very moody scenes.

An iconic Canadian view.

It has suddenly become very warm here with temperatures around 25C. This will increase to about 30C as the period Β of the midnight sun increases to its zenith. Then everything will start to cool once more and the bears will be looking for a place to sleep …

13 thoughts on “Views Near Great Slave Lake”

    1. Thank you very much, Jill. πŸ™‚ Nope, I wasn’t going to get out although it’s amazing to see tourists doing that – people sometimes don’t realise how risky their behaviour is.

      Btw, I sent you an email. πŸ™‚

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