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Quetico Wilderness

Discussion in 'Places to Paddle' started by beaver, Jun 15, 2010.

  1. beaver

    beaver Birchbark CanoeingBuilder

    Dave O's "Big Red" once again graced the pristine waters of the Quetico Wilderness. This year the 70+ year old Thompson was joined by a couple of birch bark canoes.
    The Spirits were with us. We were rewarded with a bountiful harvest of fish for the pan; awesome views, no bugs other than a few no-seeums, sightings of moose & bear and favorable winds. It just doesn't get any better:cool:


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  2. Tom Widney

    Tom Widney LOVES Wooden Canoes

    I love it. thanks for the pics
  3. Murat V

    Murat V LOVES Wooden Canoes

    You are living my dream life! Thank you for the sweet pics of tripping with bark canoes.
  4. Rob Stevens

    Rob Stevens Wooden Canoes are in the Blood

    What, Ferdy? No pictures of the monster fish you caught?!?
  5. Dave Osborn

    Dave Osborn LIFE MEMBER

    More pics of our adventure!

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  6. Dave Wermuth

    Dave Wermuth Who hid my paddle?


    thanks dave and ferdy for posting. Those are some nice fish.
  7. Fitz

    Fitz Wooden Canoes are in the Blood



  8. Giiwedin

    Giiwedin Gouvernail

    What was your route in the Quetico?
  9. OP

    beaver Birchbark CanoeingBuilder

    OOkk,,,,,,,,,,,This ones for you eh;) We fried this one for lunch and it was really goode.

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    Last edited: Jun 16, 2010
  10. OP

    beaver Birchbark CanoeingBuilder

    The water levels were 30+ inches low according to the pollen line on the rocks and boulders. This was our first time camping at The Pines. Couldn't believe the devastation of that wind storm that took all those Grandfather Red-pines down years back.
  11. Dan Lindberg

    Dan Lindberg Ex Wood Hoarder

    Ferdy and Dave,

    Very nice, love the pics. (If you can't get there the next best thing is seeing other folks pics.)

    Looks like another great trip.


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