Not As It Might Seem
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Not As It Might Seem

Not As It Might Seem

 
July 11, 2022
 
 Hyland Provincial Park

At first glance, it seems an idyllic spot. A beautiful picture.

Here’s what not so obvious:


The bank is 2-3 feet of ooze. Shoes simply get sucked off your feet and anything this stuff gets on stays on. It’s a full-time job trying to stay clean  when the only place you can land the canoe is in a mud pit.

I thought Kinbasket Lake was bad. Rookie mistake. This Red River mud could give the Ganges a run for its money. As nasty as it might look, it smells even worse. Maybe even worse than me.