This is Kinaskan Lake....this was the view from our campsite, looking towards the northern part of the lake.
There were, however, birds....lots and lots of birds. I've been mentioning Wilson's Warblers for some time now, well here, because the shrubs had yet to leaf out, I finally managed a few pictures of them. I didn't manage to get any of the McGillvary's Warblers, or the Orange Crowned Warblers, that were also in the same spot.
Addendum: Approximately 2 weeks after we traveled this route a mud slide came down over the highway. I don't know the exact location, except that it was south of Bob Quinn Airport. The highway was closed for several days. Mudslides on B.C. roads aren't an unusual occurrence, what does make a slide on a road like the Stewart/Cassiar a bit different, is that there is no alternative route to create a detour. This is the reason that when you are traveling in areas such as this, you can't be in a hurry and you must be prepared with enough food, water etc. so that when an event such as this happens, you can simply wait it out.
These pictures were taken on June 15th, 2009