On the Shores of Great Slave Lake

This wonderful bastion of indigenous culture is on one the shores of Great Slave Lake, not far from where I work.

On the Beach

I recently spent a day there.

Great Slave Lake

The weather was fabulous.

Canoeing

Up here in the Northwest Territories we are enjoying some nice weather, finally. It’s been a wet, chilly spring, even for us.

Enjoy the late spring and all it has to offer. ๐Ÿ™‚

15 thoughts on “On the Shores of Great Slave Lake”

  1. Thanks for sharing Lynette. It has been a while since I spent time in the Yellowknife area. We were there for summer solstice, not long from now. Allan

    1. You’re welcome. ๐Ÿ™‚ Yes, summer solstice is coming. I am far enough south though that we don’t actually get the midnight sun – it’s a sort of brighter twilight. I find that my sleep can be affected; everyone gets a little owly.

    1. We get very intense blues in the summer and a sort of pinkish-white light blue in the winter. I think it might be because we are quite north and the light changes so dramatically. ๐Ÿ™‚

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