Oyama / Streak Lake Channel

https://photos.app.goo.gl/ejc9Acu3Cs9eYHbBA Oyama / Streak Lake channel is about 1.5 km long and offers a smorgasbord of outdoor zen delights. Just float and listen to a multitude of bird calls, paddle and hear the swoosh as you gently push through the reeds and paddy lilies. Keep a close watch for a blessing from nature swooping down […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On September 2, 2019
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Oyama / Streak Lake channel is about 1.5 km long and offers a smorgasbord of outdoor zen delights. Just float and listen to a multitude of bird calls, paddle and hear the swoosh as you gently push through the reeds and paddy lilies. Keep a close watch for a blessing from nature swooping down in the form or cranes dropping into their favourite feeding location or the whitetail deer raising their heads and scurrying away from the perfect early morning waterhole as we glide through their morning routine. The link above is to Suzanne’s Google photo’s. Hopefully they are public, if not a few photo’s are below.

Bow of Tracks And Trails new canoe streaming through the Oyama / Streak Lake channel near Oyama Lake Resort.

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