Cree Village Ecolodge

Address: Bass St, Factory Moosonee, P0L 1W0, Moose Factory, Ontario, P0L 1W0, Canada | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on Bass St, Factory Moosonee, P0L 1W0, Moose Factory.
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      Adventures in Moosonee

      A travel blog entry by stevemarson on Feb 28, 2011

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      ... northern shore of the Albany River, 10 km upstream from James Bay. It is, unfortunately, probably best known for the water crisis that occurred several years ago. There is a dyke, made from a mixture of clay and gravel, that surrounds the community. It reaches 10 feet high and it is about 5.3 km in length. Flooding does still occur though, but not as bad as it once was.

      Definitely an adventure we will remember. ...

      Amateur night at spider lake

      A travel blog entry by algoma on Jan 25, 2006

      2004. it was like the lake had turned upside down and was coming down on us. after we got our canoe at white squall, fat drops of rain began to hit the windshield of our car. bad sign. we turned on the local a.m. station to a hear there was a small craft advisory for local lakes. joy! regardless, we had a site to get to, so we set off to find the access point at three-legged lake. even though i had been to the massassauga before, it was just as hard to find. once there, ...

      The russians and i

      A travel blog entry by algoma on Aug 03, 2005

      ... in a mood. they finally left after i asked them to, indicated that we had reserved the site for 2pm. 'oh, we have to leave?' she said. 'we'll be gone in ten or fifty minutes.' now, i don't know how one makes the jump from ten to fifty, but i said. 'ten'. *sigh* regardless, the park was really great. large, not crowded, and we couldn't see our neighbours through all the dense foliage. rain threatened the entire weekend but didn't follow through. we ...