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Bow With a View423 viewsThis is the first picture I took, on my first canoe trip with Sundown (2 years ago)...in fact, my first canoe trip EVER!!!! Just stopped paddling and said "Wait! I need this shot....how amazing!"
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Hennessy Hammock449 viewsThis is my Hennessy Hammock in use on a trip in the Chiniguchi area, east of Sudbury. The hammock has a full bug screen, a silnylon rain fly and fastens easily to any two reasonably spaced trees. Access is through a slit in the bottom.
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Day 4 Snowy River58 viewssnow on trees after the blizzard stopped
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The awsome force of Nature138 viewsThis is a shot of one of many trees down after a tornado went through Restoule PP
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High water on Ezma Lake610 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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On the Eramosa - an easy class I river.428 viewsThe only complication could be sweepers: fallen trees and their branches in the current. At the beginning of the trip, teach novices how to sideslip the boat with draws. Where you think you might encounter such obstacles, guide them with caution. In this year's trip, we encountered nothing dangerous.
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Easter on the Rouge, between the 401 and the Lake483 viewsKinda bleak - but the local beaver is not bothered by that and cuts his trees anytime he feels like it
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Memories of Killarney433 viewsShot of Boundary Lk from the trail up to Silver Peak - I think of Killarney in terms of blue, green and white - water, trees and the quartzite rocks.
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Sundown's Element274 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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Makobe's Challenge299 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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Just a story of life in the woods125 viewsTrees are wildlife too! And this picture tells a story - I am sure you have figured it out immediately....
What happened is pretty obvious. But what does it mean? I am not sure myself. But it got me thinking. And whatever I think today, tomorrow I may have new insights and thus a differing view of the story in this picture.
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Towering White Pine130 viewsThe concentration of old growth White and Red Pines was astounding. They towered over the other trees in the forest and you never lose the feeling of awe when you see just how big these are.
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