quote Alan Gage: "From what I saw on my one trip there the beaches, along with the rest of the landscape, are made of granite slabs. I think I saw one short stretch of sandy beach but there must be others as well.
Campsites are usually on a point or other visually appealing area where the rock slabs gently slope into the water.
I was in the south central on the east side
I was actually surprised by the number of nice sandy beaches I encountered.
The entry point on Garner has a long sandy beach.
I am told Haggert has several. This one is near the fly in cabin.
Wrist has two, this one is on the south end at the portage into Streak. The other is on the north side of Wrist.
The portage on the west side of Irregular has one.
The best thing one can do when it's raining is to let it rain. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Here is a picture of part of a beach at an island campsite on Haggart Lake. The campsite is on an island in a bay to the northeast. The northern part of the island is shaped like a crooked finger and there is a narrow spot in the middle, which is where the beach is, which extends across the narrow to the other side. (Actually the beach on the other side is more inviting, but I don't think I took a picture on that side.)
"If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs" chances are you missed something. (Inspired by Rudyard Kipling.)
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