Lakeside Cottages on Lake of the Woods, based from Sioux Narrows, Ontario.
RV park and campsites lakeside to Lake of the Woods, Sioux Narrows, Ontario, Canada. When RVing in Sunset Country here's where to stay to enjoy fishing, boating, swimming at the beach, and watersports and outdoor adventures in our beautiful region.
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Looks like some guys out trying to catch a trout thismorning. Yesterday dumped another 6" of fresh snow and still flurries thismorning. This Alberta clipper is supposed to move on and be followed in by another cold high pressure on Monday, so it looks like we are dipping into the deep freeze again for a few days.
We wake up to clear skies thismorning after a fresh couple inches of snow yesterday. The sun is coming up and the temperature is quite cool. The temps dipped to -25C last night and the high today is -19C (0 F). Back to a typical January temperature.
I was lucky to log on and find these two deer walking across the lake. They made it to the island and spent some time foraging around the island before making their way into the bush. Ques: is there any way to add a 'focusing' button to the livecam?? I wasn't able to zoom in any closer as the camera wouldn't focus itself. Just thought a manual focus button may help in situations like these.
Given the snowy conditions today, the auto focus may have had a hard time focusing itself becuase of the snow in the air, causing it to blur. We have discovered that it is a very sensitive focus and doesn't take much to blur the image.
These tree's planted on the lake ( ice spruce tree's) work as great navigational aids alongside of winter runways. Looking down from above, snow on the ice is white on white, and the tree's help in giving depth perception.