The post between the Emergency Shelter and the latrine, holds the antennae for the side band radio....Pangnirtung's harbour with the tide recedingShot northward as we were starting out, with the fjord in the background. Fresh and so full of...In spots, the sediment has accumulated to depths of 5 or 6 feet. The Owl River is constantly eroding...We found a nice sandy spot on the shore of Glacier Lake and we called it a day. Up ahead is visible...We were starting to become rather nimble at the rock jumping thingLate afternoon and we were approaching the Summit Lake station. At the back is the moraine from...Roman and I at Summit Lake, the highest point on the trailWaiting for our plane in the Maple Leaf Lounge in Montreal at the Pierre Elliot Trudeau AirportOur First Air plane making a stop in KuujjuaqWe had about 30 minutes. We got as far as the welcome sign. The tree line stops about here.Iqaluit's harbour (such as it is) on Frobisher Bay. Although promised for a long time, Iqaluit does...At the water front with Iqaluit in the background. The large building to the right is the Frobisher...We spent a night at the Capital Suites . Not many services, but not bad. The people are very...Southern half of Summit Lake from Mount Battle:Index 26 Scene from BaffinIsland, Northwest Territories Inuit hunter Doug Denton, MSC #5Looking northeast near the base of Thor Peak (on the right). If you look closely, you can see the...Bill Graham of Mississauga Training (holding the FOA banner) at a recent BaffinIsland course. New...Looking west from a spot near where the previous photo was taken:Gust K (from Utah) flying past iceberg that was trapped by Broughton Island. Gust on short final to...The head of the fjord at low tide:The Nunavut Parliament buildingA view of Pangnirtung from the air coming in. The large black building in the upper right is the new...Our First Air Hawker Sidley after landing on the gravel runway in Pangnirtung, on the South...We put up the Nunatak tent in the campground which has been recently relocated to be up hill from...Some typical homes in Pangnirtung. Its over 90% Inuit.DOWNLOAD PHOTOThe local cemetery. We walked through looking at the graves. Some date back to the early 1900's.The local cemetery. We walked through looking at the graves. Some date back to the early 1900's.The local cemetery. We walked through looking at the graves. Some date back to the early 1900's.