1. Sneak peek of last weekend’s camping trip- more photos to come!

    Thanks matadornetwork for the feature! 

    matadornetwork:

    #MatadorU student @caromorrow #kayaking at Thousand Islands National Park, #Canada. #Travelstoke!

     

  2. Here’s a quick teaser from my recent European adventures. I have lots of sorting and editing to do, but blog posts will be coming soon!

    Thanks again matadornetwork for the feature!

    matadornetwork:

    #MatadorU student @caromorrow spent this afternoon in Mainz, Germany. Thanks for tagging #travelstoke!

    #mainz #germany #europe #travel

     

  3. Weekend camping on the Walrus Islands, Nunavut.

    Crazy changes to the weather- clear blue skies to rolling fog!

     

  4. Exploring the Walrus Islands of James Bay, Nunavut. 

    The rock deposits are raised beaches from the ancient Tyrrell Sea! 

     

  5. Island hopping in James Bay, Quebec.

     

  6. Check it out!! One of my photos from a recent James Bay camping trip was featured by the #matadornetwork today!

    matadornetwork:

    Wow! Cool shot from #MatadorU student @caromorrow: “A trail of quartz leading the way to James Bay” in #Wemindji, #Quebec. #Travelstoke!

    #landscape #nature #jamesbay #travel #quartz

     

  7. Day 1: Weekend Kayak Trip - Wemindji, Quebec

     

  8. Wemindji, Quebec. A walk around the Wemindji boat launch to check out the ice status. 

     

  9. Grindstone Lake, Ontario. Foggy spring evening in Muskoka. 

     

  10. Wemindji, Quebec. 

     


  11. Long Weekend

    We took advantage of the long weekend by skiing out to James Bay and setting up camp for 2 nights. The weather was great! Although the nighttime temperatures dipped to -20C, we had warm sunny days to explore our campsite and the surrounding islands. This was probably the last weekend for this kind of trip. The snow is starting to melt on many of the islands and the Arctic Ocean will break up soon, making a crossing by ski too dangerous.

     

  12. Wemindji, Quebec.

    Melting snow reveals the rocks and moss that cover the islands of James Bay. While hiking across the frozen Arctic Ocean, we found an abandoned fishing net sitting on the ice. 

     

  13. Wemindji, Quebec. Exploring the shores of James Bay.

     

  14. Wemindji, Quebec.

     

  15. Radisson, Quebec.