Category Archives: Trent Severn

Ranney Gorge

  Ranney Gorge is pretty cool in mu opinion – it’s one of my favourite stops for a quick walkabout or a picnic (or both) if I happen to be near Campbellford.   asdaI usually take a few minutes to … Continue reading

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Crowe Bay

  Crowe Bay is formed by the dams upstream of Lock 14 of the Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site of Canada. The lock is interesting as it is on an island, with a control dam to the west, and a … Continue reading

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Overflow

  The water level upstream of lock 7 (Glen Ross) was a bit higher than usual, resulting in water flowing over the top of the downstream lock gates. © 2013 CKB Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2013

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Along the river

A bit of fun along the Trent on a winter day – bull rushes and rushing water and let’s have some fun… And then a quick walk on what I will politely call a trail as I head back to … Continue reading

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Spoosh

A bit of fun. I mean, don’t do this – bad… bad… © 2012 CKB Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2012

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40 into 6

That would be a 40 foot high bridge and 6 feet of water – not a great combination at the best of times and even worse when you are not sure lies beneath the water. Behold – the Potential Organ … Continue reading

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