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North Bay to Montreal – not the end of our communications!

North Bay is a lovely little town, I shouldn’t say little but in European terms it is. This has all sorts of advantages such as both having the size to support a cultural life while still able to maintain a … Continue reading

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Arrival in Montreal – Be there 11th sept at 11am

To our readers, family, friends and followers We are making final arrangements for our arrival so here is the present information I can share with you in order that you can plan to participate if you decide to come to … Continue reading

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Goodbye Superior, Hello Huron – We change rhythm

The guys with Sophie went to get the canoe at Dan’s house on the beach where we had left them (see my last post) while I tried to update Bill’s computer. The dowloads to update the computer take an eternity … Continue reading

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Impressive Lake Superior

We paddled from Grand Portage to Thunder Bay in two days, at which point we took the opportunity to set the rules for how to canoe on this great lake of VERY cold water. Obviously each person has his own … Continue reading

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Thunder Bay – In and out of Quetico

Fort Frances has been a period of transitions. Phillip was like an angel watching over us. The cooler with ice for beer, the run to fill the propane tank, the mechanical shop to fix the canoe cart’s wheels (we blessed … 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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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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Ontario Border Crossing

  Well Dana came back accompanied by his mother and Jim with their friends Pam and John from Winnipeg. Pam had a birthday party and people came from all over the country to join them in the celebration. This is … Continue reading

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Up the Winnipeg River

Goodbyes are always a bit difficult, in 24hrs you get so close, sharing at times what you would not share with someone close to you … a freedom of traveling, and then you have to leave as the journey goes … Continue reading

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