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Saturday, 8 June 2013

Spring on Wabatongushi Lake

Errington’s Wilderness Islands
May 11th/2013 – May 30th/2013

Hey Everyone!
My name is Franky Corbiere I will be blogging all this summer for the Erringtons. This is my 3rd year here at the resort. My previous stints were in 07 and 08, around 5 years ago. These are two glorious years that I hold dear and will never forget, so when Abby and Doris had asked me to come up for another summer, I jumped on the opportunity! Enough about me, lets get on with the adventures, tall tale’s and all that good stuff in between!

Here is the first picture we took off the train. "We have to go across that?" Should of brought my skates!





Here are a few more shots of us traveling across Lake Wabatongushi. On this last shot, you can see the main lodge in the distance. What an adventure getting here!

Male grouse that hangs around the lodge. Some of his lady friends are around here somewhere....


 Some of my co-workers, Mat and Larry getting things done to open up the main lodge. 

Here is a morning shot I took from the main lodge. Love Wabatongushi mornings. 


Walleye fishing with my co workers.(left to right-Peej, Mat and Teddi)


Here are a few more shots that I took and enjoy. Hope you will too.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great shots, Mr. Corbiere!

Hats off to ALL of you people at Errington's. You did an incredible job to accommodate the Michigan Outdoor Writers Association when we were there shortly after ice-out. It's an incredible place full of wonderful people and experiences. I cannot wait to return.

Thank you to all of you. You certainly live in paradise, and you have a wonderful way of sharing it with everyone who makes it up to mile marker 206.

Have a great summer!
Tom Pink
Michigan Outdoor Writers Association
Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan

Taylor Snow said...

Thanks for the update. I've been checking all winter and it is good to see our "piece of heaven"
Taylor Snow