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Posted by Joe O' Woodshop and Joe O' Paddles on June 11, 2016 at 10:00 AM

Well folks, I used to do a fair bit of writing in the way of trip reports and other associated articles that I would post. It used to be a lot of un and I realy enjoyed it. As life got busier and busier however, particularly with paddle building consuming more and more of my time, along with getting two awesome puppies, Plaid who has been with us just over 4 years, and then Sandpaper nearly 2 and a half years ago. both of whom take a good bit of my time as well....daily walks and other adventures such as paddling, running and hjust having them hang out with me in the woodshop. The 2 photos below, that is Plaid, the fluffy one, and Sandpaper, the one with the pointy ears. 




I have been meaning to start working on more writing for years now but keep putting it off. Hopefully, that changes as of NOW.

Today's blog will be a pretty short one, just to get things going. The focus of this one will be a trip report from 2007 by Geoff and Pam that outlines a portion of their multi-year Cross Canada Canoe adentures. The section covered is the same as what I did back in 2004 on my 6-month solo Cross Canada adventure. Geoff had contacted me about the route I had taken and I was happy to go over it with him. Reading their trip reports again certainly brings back a LOT of memories for me from my own journey. 

Here is the link to their trip report for the section from Kittimat British Columbia, down to Kemano and the big potage up and over the Coast mountains and on to Cheslaata Falls (getting close to Prince George BC). Kitimat to Cheslatta Falls, BC Gardner Canal, Kemano, Sandifer Portage, Tahtsa Lake, Ootsa Lake June 12 – July 1, 2007

One of my next Blog entries, coming soon, will be about my trip through this section of British Columbia from my 2004 trip. Below are a couple of preview photos from my own trip through this section.

Next Blog entry should be up in a few days or less.


Cheers...Joe O'





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