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Municipalité de Nominingue
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On our way to Lake Nominingue on Route 117 approaching the town of Rivière Rouge in Québec.
Trip date is July 2014.
The road sign marking the boat ramp to Lake Nominingue on Chemin du Tour du Lac in Nominingue, Québec.
The Boston Kayaker's wife on the boat ramp to Lake Nominingue.
The put in to Lake Nominingue is a small cove south of the Le P'tit Train du Nord Bike Trail bridge.
The Boston Kayaker and wife just launched on Lake Nominingue in Nominingue, Québec.
Past the bridge and into the main body of Lake Nominingue.
We are veering to the right.
The wind is really blowing into our faces.
We are keeping close to the eastern shore on our left.
We are really struggling to paddle against the wind and choppy waters.
A private beach with electric lamp posts on Lake Nominingue.
Looking north, the rest of Lake Nominingue.
At this point, about a mile into our paddling and not even half-way on the eastern coast, we decided to turn around and paddle back.
Now facing west (across the lake) and turning . . .
Just turned around and now facing south with the eastern coast on our left.
The Boston Kayaker on Lake Nominingue.
Walking up the bike trail bridge.
Le P'tit Train du Nord Bike Trail on Lake Nominingue.
Looking north on Lake Nominingue from the bike trail bridge.
Looking south on Lake Nominingue's launch cove from the bike trail bridge.
Le P'tit Train du Nord Bike Trail looking west from the Lake Nominingue bridge.
The Boston Kayaker on the Le P'tit Train du Nord Bike Trail bridge over Lake Nominingue.