Nothing like a few old friends heading off to an outpost lake to reminisce, tell a few tall tales, solve world problems and create new memories.read more.
Paul moved to Canada from Australia and finds a little R&R on Flindt Lake is like nothing at home.
Even during the “rainy season” which incidentally has been most of this summer, the walleye like to entertain. G’day mate! Cricky, another too big for the barby....read more.
I received this email from the wife and mother of a pair of our fisherpersons.
“A mother’s point of view”
Trip to the Ignace Medical Clinic: $56.25
Getting “Who cares” answers from my 9 year old son now (thanks, Dar!): $75.00
(hair coloring to cover all the new countless gray hairs)
Seeing the ...read more.
Parades, fire works, BBQ, and for us of course work.
Even Lindor gets into the Canada Day spirit. No big change in Lindor’s routine except he gets to go watch the parade in his festive finest.
Have a great Canada Day!...read more.
One of the best parts of an Ignace Outpost vacation is the group you are part of. I am sure that a bug on the wall couldn’t appreciate the wisdom and problem solving that goes on at an outpost camp. Having been part of some evening table talk myself over the years, I now don’t forget to bring ...read more.
Enjoying the remote wilderness is not contingent on fishing and hunting. We have canoes at our camps and exploring the shore line, viewing wildlife (moose, bear, eagles, owls, caribou, beavers etc.) and picking berries are all part of the experience. Bring a few good books and some suntan lotion and take advantage of the solitude and peace of nature at ...read more.
For those who think an Ignace Outposts trip is nothing more than fishing.
The Holzer family from Wisconsin have vacationed with us for many years. This fall, after their August family trip, Amy, their 10 year old daughter (5th grade) wrote the following piece for a school project on descriptive writing about her favorite place.
It is interesting ...read more.
I would like to thank one of our guests and readers for sending me these new trueisms of modern life.
1. Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright, until you hear them speak.
2. A fine is a tax for doing wrong. A tax is a fine for doing well.
3. He, who laughs ...read more.