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hey where's the snow?207 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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Two canoes on narrow rack262 viewsThe upper canoe has the yoke removed to create a solid arrangement. Check also the picture with front view.
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two canoes on narrow rack426 viewsNot all lines are attached. Also, I later added foam blocks between gunnel of upper canoe and the hull it rested on to avoid scuffing.
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Michael Rogers custom rack86 views
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Michael Rogers custom rack64 views
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Michael Rogers custom rack90 views
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Cones on Rack251 viewsThe canoes are level it is the ground that is sloped. I swear!
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canoe repair in the field462 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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portage - with boards and worn skidoo tracks493 viewsprobably by ATV crowd, to counteract effects of erosion from ATV use
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Rouge River, Toronto - Beaver Tracks401 viewsseen on a mid-January trip, along the shore between the stranded ice floes and the water's edge
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Rouge River, Toronto - ice on the shore419 viewsa mild January in 2006 tempts an easy paddle up the Rouge. Ice floes and animal tracks mark the shore line
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Squirrel tunneling towards bird feeder189 viewsAbout 30cm of powder snow have made it impractical for the squirrel to bound across the lawn to reach the seeds below the bird feeder. So s/he tunneled towards it from the hedge in the back ground. There are two "air holes" (right and bottom right) pushed out from underneath, but no tracks leading away from those.
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Jaroslaw Frackiewicz and Celina Mroz - died May 2011 in Peru514 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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Pressure crack153 viewsThe fishers said these get to be 2ft in early season. this one was only 2 or 3 inches. When we woke up after a night of thumping ice you could see a bunch of new 1/4 inch cracks around the tent and when trekking.

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Another Paddle Rack152 views
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Paddle Rack194 views
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Waiting at the Tracks for the Budd Car60 views
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Sinaminde to Gilden portage261 viewsactual GPS track
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slush tracks98 viewscrossing the Amable du Fond, Feb 2004
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Truck Racks131 viewsTraditional Thule in front, Yakima uprights with Thule bars in rear.
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Watch Hill7578 viewsI stumbled across this scene while bushwaking across the barrens south of Petty Harbour. Fortune Gullies is in the forground and Watch Hill in the background. Many small animal tracks lead straight into the pond.
     
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