We woke up early the next morning. We got all our stuff
together, packed up all the tents and equipment and put it all together in
the campsite. We left all our stuff we were bringing back at camp.
The campsite is right on the water so it will be easier to
pick it up in our canoes than it would be to carry them back two miles. So
we hiked with out our bags back to campsite, grabbed our canoes, retrieved
all our gear and canoed for two miles across the lake.
After we reached the other side we would soon be picked up
in a van with all our gear and traveled for about 4-5 hours to loon lake
which is in the middle of a old logging route. When we got there we had
lunch and quickly set up our canoes. We didn't canoe very long around a hour
before we found our campsite.
The campsite was nice, it hadn't been used by MHA in years
so it was full of unused fire wood. The campsite was medium size with plenty
of space. We set up camp and started diner.