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On the Wild and Scenic Section of the Verde

When I started blogging more than a year ago, my intention was to write weekly for 1 year. It’s 47 posts later and I feel accomplished. 1,278 more words


Welcome to Canada’s Barren Lands

By Alex Hall

West of Hudson Bay in Canada’s Arctic, an enormous triangle of roadless tundra, twice the size of Alberta or Texas, stretches north to the polar sea and forms the largest single wilderness remaining in North America. 2,269 more words

The Paddler Expeditions

A Walk in the Woods (or Killarney Adventure: Day 3)

Day 3 took us from Three Narrows Lake to Fish Lake through York Lake, Kirk Creek, and Great/Little Mountain Lakes.

While Day 1 was probably the longest day distance wise, Day 3 was the longest day time wise. 561 more words


Trip Report: Canoeing on the Blue Earth River

TRIP DATE: September 25, 2015

TYPE: Canoe

ROUTE: The Blue Earth River in Minnesota, from Rapidan Dam to the Fort LeHullier landing. This route is a total of about 8 miles, with some… 610 more words

Trip Report

Long Pond

The other day we decided to head out for a canoe ride on Long Pond in Benton, NH.  Long Pond is within the White Mountain National Forest and as its’ name describes it is a very long, narrow, and somewhat shallow pond.  509 more words

New Hampshire

Basic White Girl Plans Canoe Trip

I’ve never gone canoeing before, but while talking with the Parks & Rec. professors at college, they all mentioned how great the river system is around here. 396 more words

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