Apex was the place where most Inuit lived when Iqaluit was a military site and off-limits to anyone not working at the base.
I took a right down a road to the beach. It was 5C (3C with the windchill) so I'm glad I had my hoodie and a jacket.
|I walked out to the big piece of ice|
|Doesn't every beach have a big piece of ice in September?!|
|How big? Bigger than me!|
I headed back up the road toward Apex.
I drove down a road that took me close to the water on the other side of Apex.
I stopped at the new Municipal Cemetery.
I drove to Apex Hill and walked to the top. The views were spectacular!
|Money, pens, flowers, etc. were left at this memorial|
|Looking towards Iqaluit|
This is looking across the way at Apex ...
|There's the hill I was on top of on the right (in the foreground)|