ROUTE:

KD1/Lac Neret - Lake Maisonable - Lake Maurel - Lake Bienville - Great Whale River - Northern Portage Bypass @ first gorge - Great Whale River - Lake Kawaukiwuw  -  Lake Mac Issac - Lake Tremblay - unnamed mountain creek - Denys River - Kuujjuaraapik/Whapmagoostui  

                                                                                                                        Photo: Keewaydin

Section at the main dock leaving for the Great Whale. Check out the bellies on the staff! They claim they weren't there when they got back. Left to right: Parker McGill, Steve Springgate (staffman), Connor Burke, Jim Graves, James Hardin, Aaron Mishkin, Charlie Munford, Bob Neill (assistant), Wyatt Dickson, Gabe Williams, Ben Hamilton, David "Doozer" Chapin (guide).

 

"No fair using a pre-trip picture. Look at those guts! What's the point of going to fat-camp if you use the before picture."

                 Dave Chapin, 2/21/00

                                                                                                                             Photo: Keewaydin

Post trip back at Keewaydin. Ok, stop complaining. Maybe there are no more bellies, but you do look like a motley crew.

 

CONTRIBUTORS:

        Bill Seeley        Dave Chapin        Aaron Mishkin

 

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