Algonquin Park was in its peak autumn glory on Thanksgiving weekend Saturday as Glenn Wallace and his wife, Krista Petrie-Wallace, and another family launched sea kayaks into Opeongo Lake on the start of a three-day wilderness getaway.
It was warm, just shy of 20 C, but a brisk 25 km/h wind whipped down the lake from the northwest.
Petrie-Wallace was first to spot the overturned canoe. The couple and one other young paddler were halfway up the 14-kilometre-long lake, near the centre of the “Y” and a few hundred metres behind the rest of their group. Wallace turned to investigate while Petrie-Wallace continued on to accompany the less-experienced paddler on the rough water.
where is 他和孩子在一起。孩子看到好像有船翻了（风浪中1km开外，视线很差）他让孩子先去营地他自己划过去看看。