-- Last Updated: Sep-18-13 5:47 PM EST --
Had a great time with good friends on the Namekagon. Sure wish I had been able to paddle more days and see all the nooks and crannies the early arrivals did. Thanks to all of my friends who are gathering up my pieces of gear left scattered throughout Northern Wisconsin like flotsam from the Titanic as I exited in the haze of an upper respiratory bug! Annie, you must have some "Eagle eyes" to have spotted my Sealskin sock left drying on my boat rack (LOL)! And if anyone sees my little footstool, I left it somewhere while tying on my boat.
Here's a few pictures. I only wish I'd spent more time with you'all and I certainly hope nobody got my bug before I gained my senses and left the canoe museum so I could refrain from leaving my buddies something unpleasant to remember me by!
Free Standing Boat Racks
PFD's (Life Jackets)
Wall Mount Boat Racks
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Nice photos Terry|
Posted by: Guideboatguy on Sep-18-13 8:13 PM (EST)
Of course, I'm biased because I'm so strongly affected (in a good way) by scenes that clearly come from anything approaching "north country", but I think that applies to you to sometimes too. It was a nice trip though, with a nice bunch of folks.
Posted by: wildernesswebb on Sep-18-13 10:57 PM (EST)
And, btw, I appreciate the help fastening the boat down. When you're in a hurry and feeling under the weather the 'ol brain wasn't firing on all cylinders!
Great trip and photos Terry|
Posted by: vic on Sep-19-13 9:19 AM (EST)
As usual great photos of another great canoeing experience. It was good to see Ginny and Darryl's paddle again, and Adeline is quite a cutie.
I Cannot Guarantee....|
Posted by: wildernesswebb on Sep-19-13 10:00 AM (EST)
....the brisket can make it from Van Buren to Pulltite unscathed!
Posted by: vic on Sep-19-13 9:47 PM (EST)
Better it should be eaten rather than scathed.
Just got back|
Posted by: PJC on Sep-19-13 4:51 PM (EST)
Stopped by the Flambeau (Camp 41 - Flambeau Lodge) and Jump rivers (Very low) on the way back. Great time. Have more photos but I need to get to the laundromat now. Everything's soaked and filthy and there may be gainful employment to get ready for in the morning.
Posted by: vic on Sep-23-13 5:22 PM (EST)
What a great time. Great River. Great people. Remembering a great man.
Posted by: wildernesswebb on Sep-24-13 12:20 AM (EST)
I wonder if you wouldn't mind sending me a couple full size pics you took of me?
Looks like a lot of our local mountain|
Posted by: JackL on Sep-24-13 8:58 AM (EST)
rivers that we paddle here in the high country of NC.
And some more photos.....|
Posted by: veggieannie on Sep-26-13 10:46 AM (EST)
Flickr-photos viewing tip|
Posted by: Guideboatguy on Sep-26-13 11:34 AM (EST)
Posted by: puffingin on Sep-27-13 7:48 AM (EST)
Thanks for sharing all your photos. Great seeing everyone there. And Eric, the information on Flickr photoviewing size option is much appreciated.
Peter Marshall interview|
Posted by: veggieannie on Sep-27-13 11:37 PM (EST)
Podcast interview with Peter Marshall, who is the adventurer building the red canoe we saw at the Canoe Heritage Museum...
Posted by: puffingin on Sep-28-13 10:04 AM (EST)
Thanks for sharing this, Annie. Makes me even more anxious to learn more about his retracing of the Hubbard Expedition in Labrador and then to visit WCHM next year during our 3rd annual Namekagon R. gathering.
Fascinating as usual.|
Posted by: Cliffjrs on Sep-28-13 6:40 PM (EST)