The Student’s Perspective | JMB Podcast Episode 97

It’s near the end of the fall semester, so we invited some of the current Wilderness Bushcraft Semester students into the Guide Shack so you could hear directly from them about their thoughts about the course. Listen in as they describe their experience and answer a few questions about it.

PHOTO: Spring semester students at sunset on the Allagash.

Show Notes: JMB Podcast Episode 97 | The Student’s Perspective

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  • Laurence Guild

    I listened to your 10 day allagash show. I’ve never done the allagash but have done the saint Croix down to loon bay about 10 times and have done the sebois. I know enough about lakes that I am not sure I would do a long trip that had to cross a big lake because I could get stuck in camp for several days with bad weather creating large waves.

    Possibly some day I would consider the saint john but I wouldn’t do it alone and it sounds like a cold spring trip

  • Good points Laurence. The St. Croix to Loon Bay has more fast water than the Allagash, with the exception of Chase Rapids. The Seboeis is a gem, and you’re right about the St. John – it can be a cold spring trip.

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