Monday, September 10th, 2012
Yukon River Journey

This summer we paddled another section of the Yukon River, from Minto to Dawson City (a little over 200 miles) in Canada’s Yukon Territory. I will post a few more shots this week from this journey. One of the great things about traveling northern rivers such as the Yukon in the summer is the ability to paddle under the midnight sun, like here near the confluence of the Yukon and the Stewart River. We traveled according to ‘River time’, when time actually didn’t matter anymore as we just followed the rhythm and flow of the river.

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Wednesday, October 5th, 2011
Louise Lovrich Paddling Mendenhall Lake

Louise Lovrich is dwarfed by a huge partially overturned and grounded iceberg while kayaking in Mendenhall Lake. I paddled the lake last week with Louise, her husband Bill “Buckwheat” Overington and their son Louis. Sure was neat to see some Denali friends visit us here in Juneau. I hope others will follow! There still is a lot of ice floating in the lake, but the water level has been dropping rapidly as a result of the cooling weather.

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