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  1. #21
    Jsaults's Avatar
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    Very nicely done, Murat!

    I have not been in the Canadian Shield area since 1980, and I miss it. And from someone who dabbles in wood paddles, I salute your skill!

    Jim

  2. #22
    Senior Member clb's Avatar
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    North East Texas Pineywoods
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    Wow, amazing paddles! Thank you for sharing your trip report, it was a wonderful way to end my day, and I could spend hours reading your blog.
    leigh
    Leigh
    aka LookinUp

    He who would travel happily must travel light.
    Antoine de St. Exupery

  3. #23
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    Mikey C. Easy-Bake
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    That is some beautiful scenery!
    (WM)===:::

  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by sr1355 View Post
    ... What camera equipment are you using...
    Don't have a high end camera or anything. It's a old model, bulky, small screen Nikon 5100 Coolpix (from '03) with only 5mp resolution, but it's sturdy. I've dropped it and bumped it a few times but it's still kept on ticking. Some of the newer cameras are just to delicate for my bumbling hands.

    Wanted to mention that I learned a lot from JustJeff's page, especially his section devoted to suspension. Ended up fiddling with the Rings and Garda hitch system he posted on. Found the adjustability factor really convenient for a newbie trying to find the ideal tension and such. So much gear, so many suspension options...who knew the world of hammocking could be so complex?
    My Paddle Making & Canoe Site: paddlemaking.blogspot.com

  5. #25
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    Nov 2009
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    Wow! nice trip pics.
    When i saw the last pic I was wow'd by the paddles. I didn't see your web blog until I read the following posts.

    All I can say is that you are one talented guy!
    Not all who wander are lost.

  6. #26
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    Whatever one I'm laying in.
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    A GREAT post. Beeeeutiful canoe. We're not allowed to discuss canoes here so what canoe fora do you hang at?
    The good thing about being from Missouri is that if you die and go to hell it's a step up. Kansas is worse.

    Let the brave go first.

    Life should be lived like a cavalry charge.

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