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Fort Edmonton Bound Fort Edmonton BoundMay 19 Leaving Rocky Mountain House bound for Fort Edmonton via Boggy Hall, the nature of the river changes almost immediately. Gone are the gravelly banks and grass    covered sandy benches. In their stead, monstrous steep cut banks and muddy, willow...

Airborne AirborneMay 14, 2022  Normally, KaiNani spends the nights with the gear you see in the foreground nestled  beneath her skirts. Well, sprayskirts to be precise.From left to right we have the collapsible water jug, a dry bag with my hiking boots, a heavy framed canoe pack,...

Courier de Bro Courier de BroMay 13, 2022 The ribbon of silvered river in this image flows through Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. Eventually, if you’re brave enough to bear the bugs and you remember to make a left at Lake Winnipeg, you’ll end up in Hudson’s Bay.Not...

Footsteps FootstepsMay 12, 2022Downstream. Downhill. Downright dreamy.Upstream in the Fraser and Columbia faded as quickly as the current swept me downstream. The long portages now suddenly seemed worth every drop of sweat. Here at last I felt the sweep of history knowing that this exact place...

Hurdles HurdlesMay 9, 2022 It doesn’t look like much, but getting over the Bow Summit was the last big uphill push in the Rockies. This sign says it all. Done and delivered, it was literally all downhill from here.The long days of pulling Karta down the highway...