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The Thursday Group Waits to Depart Sudbury (DF 2007)424 views
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Lac Duplanter622 viewsLac Duplanter below Caniapiscau Reservoire Dam; here once flowed mightly and untamed Caniapiscau River.

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Port Hardy to Burnett Bay (kayak)604 viewsIn late June and early July of 2007 I paddled my 14.5 foot Necky kayak from Port Hardy to Burnett Bay and back, twice. I stupidly dunked my camera in salt water, so the photos end at Cougar Inlet on day four of the first trip. These are some of the more interesting pics.
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upper gate429 views
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Pekans - Moisie portage697 viewsIt took us a while to find start of Pekans/Moisie portage. Very buggy - blackflies. Portage trail wasn't easy to follow esp. at the start. At one point, side path splits off to the right (but then ends soon). Main trail goes straight up the rock and it's hard to see. We portaged in two and a half passes. It was a very hard portage: rocky, muddy at the places, with one gully to cross.
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Benthal Bug Hut on the Turtle River, ON.562 viewsJuly 2005 - Turtle River, ON. Mosquitoes were a problem so we set up the
'Benthal Bug Hut' to relax. 9' X 9' X 6' ht. 4.25 lbs.
Great for 4 to cook in and move about.
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Campsite at the waterfall on Moisie River677 viewsAs we were approaching waterfall at km 262, we noticed smoke rising on the right side. There is a campsite at the end of the portage and there we found a group of 8 canoeists from France. They spoke very little English and we spoke very little French. Quiet deep canyon on Moisie They travelled in 4 funny looking SEPAL canoes (fiberglass). Guy called Jean has a form for it in Charlevoix, QC. Such canoe is capable of carrying 5 big barrels. They were taking 3 weeks paddling through Carheil (Fermont, QC start)
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4 - side view261 viewsa lateral view of the set up, with the top covered with aluminum foil
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Final Product592 viewsbread after 40minutes baking in the Trangia setup
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Upper Carrot River348 views
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Serenity338 viewsWinter camp along Lake Superior
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Winter Walk337 viewsSnowshoeing up the Split Rock River, rumbling beneath our feet.
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Oven Baked Biscuits555 viewsReflector oven use in a hot tent setup. Good eating is just one of the benefits of a winter camp
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Group Photo95 views
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Upper Carrot River303 views
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Tupatukasi Waterfall on Broadback River500 views34 m high Tupatukasi Waterfall - the highest & most beautiful on the Broadback River.

Picture taken during our 22 days trip down Broadback in summer 2005.
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Upper Carrot River349 views
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Tupatukasi Waterfall on Broadback River500 viewsHugo Lalancette at 34 m high Tupatukasi Waterfall - the highest & most beautiful on the Broadback River.

Picture taken during our 22 days trip down Broadback in summer 2005.
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Fish Ladder Waterfall on Moisie (Katchapahun)410 viewsAt the Fish Ladder we took a portage on river right. It is a very steep path up, along a path behind the cliffy hill. Despite the steep profile, the path is relatively in a good shape. Nice camp on the other side, lots of boardwalk & the cabin. We portaged around first R3 (ledge) using the boardwalk.

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Did he get the shot?228 viewsRob gets some backup while photographing North Falls on the Churchill River near Otter Lake, Saskatchewan.
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Coppermine River229 viewsThe Massacre at Bloody Falls was an incident that took place during Samuel Hearne's exploration of the Coppermine River in 1771. Chipewyan warriors led by Hearne's guide and companion Matonabbee discovered a group of local Inuit camped by rapids approximately 15 kilometres upstream from the mouth of the Coppermine. Just after midnight on July 17, the Chipewyan set upon the Inuit camp and killed approximately 20 men, women and children. Witnessing the massacre traumatized Hearne, and he was haunted by the memories until his death in 1792.

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Two canoes on narrow rack281 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 rack453 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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Upper Canada Bird Sanctuary279 views
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Moisie - Railroad bridge over Trestle rapid272 viewsWe hiked up to the bridge - there is a nice staircase there, first wooden, then steel. While we were on the bridge, locomotive came and we had to run to hide. Later Paul & Joe claimed they saw another person somewhere up there. Maybe it was a ghost? Ghost of a drowned paddler...

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Daniel Trask updated poster 2013579 views
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Iqaluppik Hotel, Tasiujaq289 viewshttp://www.geocities.com/lester_kovac/leaf2007.htm
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Iqaluppik_Hotel, Tasiujaq356 viewshttp://www.geocities.com/lester_kovac/leaf2007.htm
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Hybrid set-up370 viewsHere's a picture of a seven pole set-up and the side poles for good measure...guess that's more of a 15 pole set-up!
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Sitting around camp224 views Baby carrier used as a highchair, food barrel used as support for that highchair, and the canoe used for a play pen.
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