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Across Alone Blog

Echoes Echoes Aug 9, 2022 On this trail, the only possible portage around the final set of rapids and falls above Kakabeka Falls, I stopped mid-stride, wiped the sweat running into my eyes and looked up. This is what I saw. Normally, I am bent double under the loads...

Some Rapidy Bits Some Rapidy Bits Aug 9 , 2022 With the tracker down, communication with the outside was limited to those places in the wild with cell coverage. As may be obvious, wilderness and cell coverage are generally mutually exclusive.Taking advantage of a rare pass near a...

Transitions Transitions Aug 7, 2022I am continually amazed that each river system has a unique personality despite these systems being only a few miles apart. By car, the distances wouldn’t let you finish a Tim’s Double Double. By canoe, the coffee would be long since gone or...

Serendipity Serendipity Aug 4, 2022 Leaving The Pines at daybreak found me paddling blind, enshrouded in a deep, cold, wet fog. I actually got going south for a while, as opposed to east, before I realized I had better get the compass out or end up I know...