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hey where's the snow?208 viewsearly March, 2007...along track and tower trail in Alqonquin Park...'difficult' conditions due to lack of snow. We chose to stay on the land trails as many creeks, beaver dams, lakes were already wet and too slush for fun pulling. Thats a black plastic sled from Can Tire with haul bars made from white plastic plumbing pipe. Great on twisting, turning hiking trails.
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Beaverlodge - Germany60 viewsOn a river about 100km north of Berlin
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Portage Cart - Germany58 viewsA sign at a portage in the woods 100km north of Berlin - alright.....
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Tradional poled boat in Germany60 viewsfrom a house in Eichstaett
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View from Qamanialuk Hill, above Tasiujaq299 viewshttp://www.geocities.com/lester_kovac/leaf2007.htm
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View from Qamanialuk Hill323 viewshttp://www.geocities.com/lester_kovac/leaf2007.htm
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how many boats can you get on a car724 viewsstole this pic off the boatwerks site
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Tent formerly known as a Sierra Designs Comet1490 viewsDue to storm damage on Manitou Lake, Algonquin Park the Comet became a testament to the power of the winds.
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Ingenuity and duct tape gets the Comet through the week1777 viewsNote the bent poles and how duct tape was used to keep the front left pole sleeve functional after the tree damage. Storm damage on Manitou Lake, Algonquin Park
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Backside of the Buckley Dry Fly1423 viewsAfter the tree damaged the Comet, the tent dwellers ran to the Buckley to report in and just missed being hit a second time. The tree was kept from falling further by the branches and the tarp ropes. Storm damage on Manitou Lake, Algonquin Park
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Catherine's Serenity382 viewsMirror-like refections of beautiful day ahead at Catherine Lake, Northern Ontario. This was an absolutely beautiful lake and so many wonderful campsites. Fish and loons were abudant ..... scenery, spectacular.

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Coppermine River90 viewsIn hindsight we could have run Rocky Defile, we scared ourselves by reading too many trip reports.
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Czar hauls the Osprey out of the Comet744 viewsAfter the tree was blown down the gear was salvaged and the team regrouped. Storm damage on Manitou Lake, Algonquin Park
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looking down at the Manitouwabing river686 viewsJust below the falls David skips accoss the rocks looking for interesting things.
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Donny Martini's113 viewsDonny manning his martini bar
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The awsome force of Nature136 viewsThis is a shot of one of many trees down after a tornado went through Restoule PP
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319 viewsNictau Lake, mt. Carelton provincal park, new brunwick.
my beater coleman ( first canoe ).
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Clearwater Lake - Wells Grey Park961 viewsOne Of Many Gorgeous Sunsets!
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canoe repair in the field474 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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Manitouwabing River812 viewsThis is where the Manitouwabing river dumps into the Seguin river. Under normal water conditions the falls look spectacular, this was not one of those days.
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Pictographs Gammon River263 viewsColors have been enhanced with Photoshop, but these pictographs are unusually bright. (I rarely photograph pictos as a sign out of respect for some who believe they should not be photographed - and when I do photograph them I always manipulate the image.)
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Bull Moose844 viewsBull Moose at Mayfield Lakes in the Northern Rockies. Photographed from a canoe. Muskwa Kechika Management Area
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Looking for Wildlife1272 viewsCanoeists go for a hike in the Muskwa-Kechika Management area, largest roadless area in British Columbia
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High water on Ezma Lake606 viewsEven though it is in the middle of August 2008, the lake level is like in spring. The shrubs (meadowsweet) stand still in the water, and many trees along the shore (mostly cedars) have died as they could not tolerate the prolonged immersion.
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Cdn Canoe Museum - sampler of the many boats there65 views
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Lake_Conasauga148 viewsmec mantis
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Lake_Conasauga147 viewsmy new mec mantis :) high in the georgia mountians
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Lake Superior - July 2005 - Lunch at Petit Mort Rocks403 viewsOne of many beautiful beaches on the Lake Superior coast.
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Makobe's Challenge294 viewsThe Makobe River route was definitely challenging....with many portages (and we were not light), it made for a physically and mentally demanding trip. Nothing like the end of a hard days work, by the fire, to rejuvenate, though!!!!

What an AMAZING route and an INCREDIBLE experience!
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