"Stepping Stones" images
To add to your experience reading
On Polar Tides or Stepping Stones of
Ungava and Labrador here are some images referenced with chapter headings or page number in each book. Scroll down! (To view a slide show of some of the images click here.) Chapter 1 Going East Chapter 2 Kuujjuaq Stepping Stones: p22 On Polar Tides: p25 left to right; Kristin, Ida, Sara. Stepping Stones: p24 On Polar Tides: p27 Larry and Sara Stepping Stones: p24 On Polar Tides: p29 Sara Chapter 3 Ungava Bay Stepping Stones: p 24 On Polar Tides: p32 Small freighter Stepping Stones: p29 On Polar Tides: p33 On Polar Tides: p33 Stepping Stones: p31 On Polar Tides:p34 Stepping Stones: p 30. On Polar Tides:p34 Our Wild Country Quasar tent set on the rock above the fast-rising water... We collect "fresh" water in a collapsible bucket..... this is a salty sample, so we need to camp higher up. Typically after letting sediment settle, we use a filter pump to clean what we need. Stepping Stones: p42 On Polar Tides:p46 Mirages Stepping Stones: p42 On Polar Tides:p47 Fishing camp, Stepping Stones: p 42 On Polar Tides p47 Stepping Stones: p 43 On Polar Tides:p47 Inukshuk Lodge Stepping Stones: pages 43-44 On Polar Tides 49 Ross Traverse in 2009 with fresh smoked salmon... he mostly smokes salmon and mackerel nowadays.Ross runs a garden nursery business in Newfoundland, " Traverse Gardens". Stepping Stones: Ross Traverse's salmon, cold-smoked using alder... Chapter 4 Polar Bears Stepping Stones: p 51 On Polar Tides:p54 Quartz blocks? Chapter 5 Hubbard Expedition Stepping Stones: p 61 On Polar Tides: p63 Near mouth of George River Stepping Stones: p 61 On Polar Tides:p64 Chapter 6 Moravian Missionaries Chapter 7 Inuit Camp Stepping Stones: p 72 On Polar Tides:p.75 Suzie (left) and David (Center) Stepping Stones: David with Nigel Chapter 8 East and North along Ungava Bay Stepping Stones: p 79 On Polar Tides:p83 Stepping Stones: the gift of a duck... Stepping Stones: page 92 On Polar Tides:p97 Stepping Stones: p.87 On Polar Tides:p89 After our initial escape but before the bear swam after us. Stepping Stones: Our last camp before we reached Killinek Chapter 9 Killinek and Polar Air Routes Stepping Stones: p105 On Polar Tides:p109 Church, Killinek Stepping Stones: p105, On Polar Tides:p109 Inside the church, Killinek Stepping Stones:p109 On Polar Tides: p112 Evening light, Amittoq Inlet Chapter 10 Crossing Hudson Strait Stepping Stones: Images from the 1981 trip are on the Baffin Island page of this site. Chapter 11 McLelan Strait McLelan Strait McLelan Strait looking west Stepping Stones: p.130 On Polar Tides:p134 Amity Island Chapter 12 Labrador Fog and German Weather Stations Fog cleared to reveal the Torngat Mountains Iceberg with Torngat Mountains Chapter 13 Wind Stepping Stones: p147 On Polar Tides: p154 Sheltering from the wind on Amiktok Island Stepping Stones: p149 On Polar Tides: p156 Big White Bearskin Island (top left) off Deacon Head, see from Amiktok Island. Stepping Stones: p154 On Polar Tides: p162 Stone armchair, Chapter 14 Ramah Stepping Stones: p157 On Polar Tides: p166 Waterfall pitching out onto the beach Stepping Stones: p 161 On Polar Tides: p170 Remains of sod houses Stepping Stones: p 163 On Polar Tides: p172 Brewing espresso Chapter 15 Leaving the Torngats Stepping Stones: p174 On Polar Tides: p184 Iceberg, Saglek Bay Crossing Saglek Bay Stepping Stones: p175 On Polar Tides: p184 Cliff on Big Island Chapter 16 Saglek Stepping Stones: p179 On Polar Tides: p189 Caribou in the shade around the temporary buildings Stepping Stones: p179 On Polar Tides: p.189 Caribou. Stepping Stones: p183 On Polar Tides:p193 The memorial plaque to the Marauder crew Stepping Stones:p183 On Polar Tides: p193 Marauder wreckage Stepping Stones: PCB clean-up team by our kayaks Chapter 17 Hebron Stepping Stones: p193 On Polar Tides:p204 Moravian Mission building Hebron Tom with his dog The first Moravian building at Hebron the camp of the restoration party Checking out the houses once rented out by the Hudson Bay Company Sem's home-built boat Sem's other boat is anchored in the bay Chapter 18 Kaumajet Mountains, The Shining Mountains Stepping Stones: p207 On Polar Tides: p219 Cod Bag Harbor Stepping Stones: p208 On Polar Tides:220-221 Inuit grave Stepping Stones: p209 On Polar Tides:p222 Repairing a kayak Chapter 19 Okak Stepping Stones: p216 On Polar Tides: p230 Okak Islands Chapter 20 Cabins Blueberries Stepping Stones:p219On Polar Tides:p233 Cabin. Stepping Stones: p222 On Polar Tides:p235 Jako's cabin... Kiglapait Mountains in background Jako's cabin Stepping Stones: p223On Polar Tides:p237 Cabin, Kiglapait Harbour
Chapter 21 Kiglapait Mountains and Village Bay Stepping Stones:p225On Polar Tides: p239 Entering Medusa Bay Stepping Stones: p227 On Polar Tides: p240 Jim and Helena outside their cabin Chapter 22 Port Manvers Run Stepping Stones:p233 On Polar Tides:p247 Early morning, Port Manvers Run Stepping Stones: p237 On Polar Tides:p251 Uncanny calm before the storm Stepping Stones: p238 On Polar Tides:p253 Kristin with mussels she collected from the cold water Webb Bay Stepping Stones: p238 On Polar Tides: p253 Kristin cooks mushrooms and berries Stepping Stones: p210 On Polar Tides: p254 Frosty morning Best friends! Chapter 23 Nain Stepping Stones: p248 On Polar Tides:p262 April, on ATV, with Kristin Stepping Stones: p248 On Polar Tides: Church and dock Nain Chapter 24 Northern Ranger Stepping Stones: p257 On Polar Tides:p269 ATV with trailer of children on Nain dock Stepping Stones: p 258 On Polar Tides: p270 Legend hoisted aboard the Northern Ranger The cargo hatch closes Stepping Stones:p259 On Polar Tides: p271 Kristin leaving Nain on Northern Ranger Chapter 25 The road of progress Stepping Stones: p265 On Polar Tides: p277 Muskrat Falls Stepping Stones: p 267-268, On Polar Tides from p279 B17G search and rescue aircraft. Links to some more of the history of this B17G... 1, 2, Stepping Stones: p 267, Gary Shaw Gary Shaw; the younger The still-inflated tires
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Stepping Stones or the more recently published On Polar Tides !