We continue to see wildlife along the road. Maybe animals are used to the whine of the semi's and cross because they can't hear our bikes. I flush a spruce hen and her little one out of a ditch, but that doesn't even make the qualifying heat, as a lynx gingerly pads across the highway on Gin's shift. Soon we pull into the Agawa Campground, unable to have made a reservation on a busy Canada Day weekend. We are able to secure a non power spot on the shore of the lake, buffeted by a glorious sea breeze, which is hot and bug free. PDQ, we are beer in hand, arse in beech chair, and admiring the 5 mile stretch of sand and lake which attracts so many vacationers. Of course we want to get a bit of Gitchagaumi on us, so we plunge into the clear blue liquid. I don't know the degree separating water from ice, but believe we found out that day. Yikes! Bone chilling is a mild description, but how great it felt to get out back into the 80-degree sunshine. After roasted bratwurst and stir fried book choi with garlic and mushrooms ( if you're keeping track?),we took some remarkable pictures of the setting sun ,before retiring for the evening. All in all a wonderful day!