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Rögen Nature Reserve, Sweden101 viewsEnjoying "The Good Life" on the most beautifull camping spot we found on this 3 week trip... (Lake Vandahaan, exactely on the border Norway-Sweden))
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Sunrise over Pekans689 viewsPhoto taken from bridge over Pekans River. Most of the Pekans/Moisie expeditions start here.
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Campsite on Duck Island576 viewsCampsite on Duck Island, Lac Nedlouc; start of Charpentier/Leaf 2007 expedition

http://www.geocities.com/lester_kovac/leaf2007.htm
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MSR Miniworks EX184 viewsThis filter costs about $79.00 I think.
pumps one liter per minute and in my experience needs to be cleaned once a day. Come with grean scouring pad and is very easy to dissassemble and clean and reassemble.
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Algonquin Canoeing & Exploring Map book149 viewscover
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Coppermine River229 viewsThe Massacre at Bloody Falls was an incident that took place during Samuel Hearne's exploration of the Coppermine River in 1771. Chipewyan warriors led by Hearne's guide and companion Matonabbee discovered a group of local Inuit camped by rapids approximately 15 kilometres upstream from the mouth of the Coppermine. Just after midnight on July 17, the Chipewyan set upon the Inuit camp and killed approximately 20 men, women and children. Witnessing the massacre traumatized Hearne, and he was haunted by the memories until his death in 1792.

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Algonquin Park Canoeing & Exploring Map book139 views"proof" page
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Temagami Anvil Lake from Maple Mountain1625 viewsSecond highest point in Ontario, Maple Mtn provides good views all around and an excellent day activity while in the area. Approximately 1 hour 45 minutes one way hike, make it 2 hours if you're getting long in the tooth and short on conditioning.
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Home Made Anorak - Hood Up403 viewsThe hood is very deep, and extends well beyond the front of the face - not great for peripheral vision, but it sure cuts the wind well.
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Lake Huron at Bayfield, ON960 viewsWe paddled out from the Bayfield River and headed south towards Grand Bend...but did not go very far. It was a great experience for my grandkids...they love canoeing and this was there first season in a canoe.
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Uneven Portage Carry94 viewsDave and Sandy experiencing a problem with portaging due to a height differential
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Beaver Dam, Loon Lake53 viewsWe stopped next to the beaver dam and drifted in close, being very quiet, and were able to listen in on a very eager discussion taking place within.
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Day 5 Snowy Beach56 viewsexample of a snowy beach where boat tends to tobaggan into the lake
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Dog being dog228 viewsLucy couldnt stand it anymore...she exited the canoe and exercised the duck
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Wanigan Built this Winter1084 viewsTook some tips from Dave Had field and others in the Equipment section and built this with my 6 yr old son this winter. Most likely used on Car and Boat Camping trips. The bottom of the tray is plexi so you can see whats below.
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canoe repair in the field490 viewsMid way down the Pukaskwa in early May. This Royalite Dumoine had seen too many trips and too much UV exposure. Several cracks on the hull, the longest of which about 8". Repaired with fiberglass. Second trip this boat was repaired enroute. Retired after this trip.
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Empty Wannigan826 viewsForm fitting wannigan made from poplar and lexan
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Gore-Tex84 viewsGore_tex membrane under an electron microscope
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Goulard Rd157 viewsThe famous Goulard Rd. Road? Not for the faint of heart or Honda Civics. 20 kms of this to get Alex's place. Took well over 1 hour to travel this road and very rarely was able to get to speeds over 20 km/h
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Green River, Canyonlands72 viewsNot exactly a canoe trip, but we did go 12 miles in this inflatable raft. This was a 6 day backpacking trip, with one day floating down the river. The Green River is amazing - I'd highly recommend a trip for novice and expert alike.
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Having a drink in front of Spirit Rock155 viewsDrinking water right from the lakes of Temagami is a standard fare and Chee-skon-abikong is no exception
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The Secret Life of a Tree - exposed....240 viewseroded shore of Rouge River, Toronto
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Paddle Warriors - the next generation....74 views
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busy moment at the portage139 viewsI met this party of natives in six 20 ft canoes on the Marian. The encounter was completely unexpected.
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Jaroslaw Frackiewicz and Celina Mroz - died May 2011 in Peru542 viewsOn an earlier happy trip in Canada where they retraced part of the old voyageur route between Lake Huron and Ottawa. This picture was taken by someone at the Ste Marie Among the Hurons, near Midland. From http://www.moje-kajaki.net/index2.htm
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Journey on the Makobe River, Northern Ontario428 viewsGorgeous, big skies enroute to Alexander Lake, via the Makobe River
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Kalon on the De Pas431 viewsKalon Baughan on the De Pas River, WREAF Nunavik/Trans-Labrador Expedition, September 2009
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Sundown's Element283 viewsPhoto taken from inside the tent at Alexander Lake, enroute through the Makobe River. Morning light perfectly "frames" my "subject" at it's truest "form".....timeless.
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Lunch time landing125 viewsLanded for lunch and then explored the Old Mill located down a short trail from here.
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Makobe Canyon Passage525 viewsNarrow, but deep canyon passage on the Makobe River, enroute to Elk Lake
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