Monthly Archives: July 2011

On Licence Plates, etc.

Day 67: About two weeks ago we at last crossed into the province three of us call home (when we’re not living out of a 22-foot canoe), Best-case-Ontario, home of the towering white pine and of… heavy-handed bureaucracy? (In fact, … Continue reading

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Fort Frances – A near end before a new begining

We left late, knowing they all had to go back to Winnipeg to resume their normal occupations. Bob reading a contract reminded me of the many years when I had to sneak into my weekends work time to insure I … Continue reading

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m2m – Report 51 – July 5

m2m Report 51

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m2m – Report 50 – July 4

m2m Report 50

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Kenora – Miner & News article

Mountains to Montreal Kenora the midway point in 4,500 km journey Jessica Cable (we thank her for this interesting article) Miner and News A group of canoers paddling 4,500 kilometres across the country bedded down in Kenora Friday evening, but … Continue reading

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m2m – Report 49 – July 2

m2m Report 49

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m2m – Report 48 – July 1 – Canada Day

m2m Report 48

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