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"Off Thunder Point"
(19.5 x 13.5 in.), $1800.00

 An adult common loon has just risen to the surface of Knife Lake with a crayfish for its two juvenile loons, the near adult-sized youngsters will soon be able to feed for themselves. The gin-clear waters of Knife Lake boast a water clarity of nearly 25 feet and take on a distinct turquoise color on a sunny day as they descend to great depths. With the deepest part of the lake at 179 feet, the waters off Thunder Point drop to 100 feet in a very short distance while the exposed bedrock of the Point itself rises to over 80 feet. Knife Lake is very remote and divides at Thunder Point into the South Arm and the North Arm, the North Arm is then divided by the International Boundary of Canada to the north and the U.S. to the south.

 

 

(19.5 x 13.5  in.) $1800.00