Canadian Canoe Routes

Pike's Portage
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Author:  Thestripper [ January 20th, 2023, 3:54 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Pike's Portage

Derek123 wrote:
Took me a while to figure out how to transcode these down.... Iswear a lot, and I'm huffing and puffing a lot. I can't inagine these are at all interesting to most people (especially since I talk to myself quite a bit), but here is my first of two transits of Pike's Portage.... ... GdZcHhfdE0 ... zkySGJ5eU0 ... kptS0FhREk ... 1NvT0RaazQ ... WgwODROREU ... XBmMXlxUjA

The links don't work anymore. Is it possible to watch this somewhere else, Youtube perhaps?
I'm reading Helge Ingstad - The Land of Feast and Famine. I think that Pike's Portage is the way they went and then somehow ended up in what is now known as Ingstad Creek. Great book btw. There's a bunch of Norwegians who have backtracked Ingstads' journeys in this area. There are still remnants of his old hut at a placed he calls Moose Lake that I can't find on any map. They have even discovered his winter quarters somewhere up there as well where his now flattened wood canvas canoe still lay to this day.

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