Section E's last year as Exploration Section. 

Assisted in construction of outpost cabin. At base camp cooked and ate in a wall tent.

 

Trip 1:  Foam Lake - Flindt River - Wabakimi Lake - Smoothrock Lake (from here the plan was to travel south up the Boiling Sand River to the community of Collins on the railroad tracks and to get the train back from there, but after paddling nine miles down Smoothrock, we got turned back by firefighters and had to backtrack to the north end of the lake) - Caribou River - Caribou Lake - Trucked by Ray Laird to Armstrong - Train to Allanwater Bridge

Trip 2:  Allanwater River - Wabakimi Lake - Kenoji Lake - Palisade River - Slim Creek - Colehouse Lake - Metig Lake - Greenbush Lake - Pashkokogan Lake - Hamilton Lake - Heb's station wagon to Flindt River - Heathcote Lake - Barrington Lake - Foam Lake (where Seeley beat up Chapin!?!) - Outpost

 

                                                                                                                                                Photo: Keewaydin

Section E at end of the season. Left to right, back row: Pete Nichol (guide), Hal Pratt, Lee Edwards, Chuck Gregg, John Lower. Front row: Bill Seeley, Bill Davis, Brett Smith, David Chapin, Rob Douglas. Missing: Heb Evans (staff), Rich Evans. Heb's dogs: Wendy, Tinker, Cheemaun.

 

 

CONTRIBUTORS:

           Dave Chapin     Bill Seeley

           

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