300-ish kilometres. 18 days. 14 days of rain and/or storms. One broken boot.
This year, I’ve chosen to share my Temagami trip log through a different format: Instagram.
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Well, this is it! Setting out for a 20-day Temagami canoe trip. Catch y'all on the flip side ??⛺️ . . . #paddleON #discoverON #canadiancanoeculture . . . #friendsoftemagami #temagami #canoe #canoeing #canoetripping #paddle #paddling #portaging #camp #camping #backcountry #wilderness #wanderlust #northernontario #ontarioparks #neverstopexploring
If you don’t have Instagram or don’t follow me already (for shame!), I’m posting it for you here in chronological order. If you’ve already been following but missed some posts in your feeds due to sponsored content (for shame!), this should be an easy way to see the story in the order it happened.
If you have no clue how to use Instagram, this post is also for you! Many of the posts have multiple pictures in the gallery. The row of dots at the bottom of the image lets you know if there’s more than one photo in a set. You can tap the arrows on the sides of the photos to go back and forth between them. You’re welcome, Mom.
Some guy once said a picture tells a thousand words, so along with my verbose captions you’ve got quite a lot of reading to do.
Click the link below to see the story.