The eponymous Oona River is wide and shallow, but the flow is fairly rapid. We are happy to take a walk a couple of miles up the river and back. Many of our anchorages offer no real walks ashore. Some, like Port Neville, are small outposts with no roads or paths beyond the dock and a few buildings. Others are wilderness -- some never inhabited. Some shores are so thickly forested that it's not practical to venture far from the beach. While kayak expedition are always fun, we both feel the need to stretch our legs and are pleased to take a "real hike" here.
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