Aroostook Trip Completed; On To The Allagash

Phase 1 of the Bushcraft Canoe Expedition Semester is completed. It was a fantastic 9-day trip on the headwaters of the Aroostook, where we put in on Chase Pond and descended Munsungan Brook, crossed Munsungan Lake, carried around Munsungan Falls, descended Munsungan Stream, and paddled the Aroostook River back to the field school. We had one day where it didn’t rain, but the wet weather didn’t dampen our spirits. We shot a lot of photos and videos, but there isn’t time for me to post them now. After a short resupply and recovery period, we’re off this morning to the Allagash for the next two weeks. When we return, I’ll be posting all the events from the trip. Until then, have a great second half of May!

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  • True grit. Looking forward the the report of the allagash.

  • Jan

    wish ya all the best for the second part … and i`m looking forward to your “documentary” ! Greetings from europe :o)
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