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Completing the journey

September 17, 2011 In the planning process before I embark on any trip, there are usually a few goals that I want to achieve. more »»

 
 
 
Homemade root beer and fudge

September 10, 2011 It was obvious by the red-lettered sign that said “THE STORE” that we had found our destination, but I still felt a bit of uncertainty as we walked toward the building in the tiny village of... more »»

Fellow paddlers and strong storms in Jackman

September 3, 2011 Ariel and I were walking down the main drag in the tiny town of Jackman, in northwestern Maine, on July 31 when we spotted something peculiar. more »»

Feeling right at home in Maine

August 27, 2011 As Jacob and I paddled across Umbagog Lake on July 21, it marked a major milestone for the trip. We had arrived in Maine. more »»

Showdown in Groveton

August 20, 2011 I was walking down a dirt road on the morning of July 18 just outside of the small industrial town of Groveton, N.H., when a white pickup truck with two men inside pulled over next to me. more »»

Walking the Grand Portage

August 6, 2011 Standing in the middle of the two-lane highway leaving Mansonville, Quebec on the morning of July 13, I felt a bit out of plac. more »»

How did you sleep last night?

July 30, 2011 Standing on his front porch across the street, the large older man with no shirt peered at us. He had a puzzled look on his face. more »»

Across Lake Champlain and beyond

July 23, 2011 After checking the forecast, we decided not to cross Lake Champlain on Wednesday, July 6. The forecast called for severe thunderstorms, hail, up to 20 mile an hour winds and 1- to 2-foot waves. more »»

An introduction to urban paddling

July 16, 2011 Jacob and I pulled up our green royalex canoe as close to the shoreline as we coul. more »»

Kindness makes for smooth sailing

July 9, 2011 I came around the corner, lugging my overnight dry bag on my back and my pelican case with camera equipment in my left hand. After roughly a mile, the end of the canoe carry was in sight. more »»

Gearing up for the 740-mile paddle

July 2, 2011 It’s hard to say exactly why I wanted to dedicate six to seven weeks this summer to paddle the 740 miles from Old Forge to Fort Kent, Maine. I would say, it would have to be a combination of factor. more »»

 
 

 

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