5 Peaks - Kortright Centre - September 6, 2014

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Solo canoe backcountry campsite; Killarney Provincial Park

Manitou to Three Mile Lake portage, Algonquin Provincial Park
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Manitou to Three Mile Lake portage, Algonquin Provincial Park

Met this fellow portager on the 2860m portage from Manitou Lake to Three Mile Lake. His name was Pippin.
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Met this fellow portager on the 2860m portage from Manitou Lake to Three Mile Lake. His name was Pippin.

Biggar Lake Campsite, Algonquin Provincial Park
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Biggar Lake Campsite, Algonquin Provincial Park

Group of back country campers finishing their trek in the woods. North Tea Lake, Algonquin Park
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Group of back country campers finishing their trek in the woods. North Tea Lake, Algonquin Park

First Wave Start Getting lectured on trail etiquette :) Sharp corner Bent trees Single track more single track And more single track Water station! Wide track Wide track

5 Peaks Ontario 2014 - Race #4 -  Albion Hills

Wave 1 start - 5 Peaks trail race - Albion Hills Conservation Area - Ontario
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Wave 1 start - 5 Peaks trail race - Albion Hills Conservation Area - Ontario

Cold morning on Big Thunder Lake - Algonquin Provincial Park
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Cold morning on Big Thunder Lake - Algonquin Provincial Park

After 35 years of backcountry camping together she still had the gumption to tell me “Don’t take my F***ing picture!”. Note the bug head gear. There still were clouds of black flies in late July.
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After 35 years of backcountry camping together she still had the gumption to tell me “Don’t take my F***ing picture!”. Note the bug head gear. There still were clouds of black flies in late July.

It’s just a sun shower - Whitebirch Lake - Algonquin Provincial Park 
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It’s just a sun shower - Whitebirch Lake - Algonquin Provincial Park 

Maple Creek Portage - Algonquin Provincial Park
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Maple Creek Portage - Algonquin Provincial Park

The backcountry canoeists we met the day before said the Club Lake end of the portage was “a bit muddy”. A bit?!!! I was lucky to escape this quicksand! As I would later learn thanks to the abundant snow and rain this year most portage ends were “a bit muddy”, and very buggy. 
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The backcountry canoeists we met the day before said the Club Lake end of the portage was “a bit muddy”. A bit?!!! I was lucky to escape this quicksand! As I would later learn thanks to the abundant snow and rain this year most portage ends were “a bit muddy”, and very buggy. 

Back Country camp site - Big Thunder Lake - Algonquin Provincial Park
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Back Country camp site - Big Thunder Lake - Algonquin Provincial Park

I like this picture. I shows how much fun I am having learning to ride the uni.
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I like this picture. I shows how much fun I am having learning to ride the uni.