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Aug 7, 2022

I 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 cold.

The picture above was taken not long after I started on the Dog River. Below is the Savanne, not much more than 20k away:
 




And finally, the Kaministiquia, which drains Dog and Little Dog Lakes:



Different all. And it has been that way from the start.