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Not Since 1950 Not Since 1950 July 22, 2022 The last time there was this much water in Lake of the Woods was 1950. Basically, unprecedented in most people’s lives.This cabin owner and I have something in common as the picture would suggest:Neither of us have anywhere to...

5 Chairs 5 Chairs July 16, 2022In an effort to be billed as the friendliest man in Canada, I wave at every passing vehicle when pulling Karta. Oncomimg or overtaking makes no difference. Everybody gets a wave. I’m keeping a running tally of the rough percentages of...

Winndication Winndication July 14, 2022I had left early afternoon the previous day headed north into the Red River estuary. My maps showed a picnic area at Netley Creek, 4 or so hours away by canoe. 30 minutes by car.Conditions were absolutely perfect. Zero wind. Zero waves. Zero...

The Forks The Forks July 11thThe meeting of the Assiniboine and Red Rivers in downtown Winnipeg is known locally as The Forks.It wasn’t always a tourist attraction and despite the immense importance of the place, I am anxious to leave. Unlike most of all the other forks...