Poling In The Mist


This is one of my favorite photos, taken during the fall, 2003 Wilderness Bushcraft Semester. It’s the St. Croix River, which is the border between Maine and New Brunswick. In the photo are two women poling solo in 18 foot canoes. It was a beautiful fall morning; cold and crisp, with warmer water generating the mist. We had just broken camp and were working our way through a low-water section of river. It was a great day, a great trip and a great course.

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