Presentation on theme: "Fire Map showing the forest fires that were burning in the Lake Athabasca area, in July, 2006. Route flown was from Ile a la Crosse, to Uranium City, along."— Presentation transcript:
Fire Map showing the forest fires that were burning in the Lake Athabasca area, in July, Route flown was from Ile a la Crosse, to Uranium City, along the eastern edge of Lake Athabasca.
Approaching south shore of Lake Athabasca. Many forest fires were buring, but managed to steer between them.
Burnt out areas along the MacFarlane River
Lake Athabasca. A large inland sea, on a sunny day.
Nice view of numerous forest fires on the South Shore.
Flying over Bushell Bay, with Crackingstone on the left.
View looking at Guts Lake, Cinch Lake, towards UC. Note burnt out forest close to town.
Picture of Uranium City, with Cinch Lake Beach in the foreground.
Picture of UC airport
Photo take from Kiwanis Beach.
On the road to Jean Lake. Trying to get my mountain bike underneath the bent-over trees.
Picture taken around town.
The hospital was still standing, but about to be demolished.
Flowering weeds on Jean Lake
The sandpit where many parties were held, on the way to Saint Mike’s Mine.
The old townhouses on the west side of town, close to bypass road.
Burnt out area, close to Cinch Lake, right by town.
Uranium City in the evening light.
Jean Lake, showing the old mining area. Roads still snake their way through the bush, to town.
Another picture of Uranium City.
Lake Athabasca. The South Shore was still smoking.
The William River delta.
Shot of the sand dunes.
The larger sand dunes, with the forest fires in the background.