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PostPosted: May 10th, 2017, 8:49 am 
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I would love to share my recent blog post (which also includes a video) about my first-ever solo canoe trip in Algonquin Park last week. What an accomplishment!

I am already working on editing part 2.

https://wabooseadventures.com/2017/05/10/why-i-went-out-alone-in-algonquin-park-video-part-one/

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PostPosted: May 10th, 2017, 12:11 pm 
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Nice report,

I think I have read all of R.D. Lawrence's works. I have a signature of his in one of my books.

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Sam82 wrote:
Nice report,

I think I have read all of R.D. Lawrence's works. I have a signature of his in one of my books.


Me too, Sam!!! :)

I did a video project for school on wolves and the Haliburton Forest. I met up with Sharon Lawrence which was an incredible moment of my life. Ron's books have changed my life. Here's a link to the video:

https://youtu.be/CPX4ZsdEIPw

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I'm impressed by your initiative and courage, Cobi. You embarked on an adventure that few young men__and far fewer young women__ever even consider : solo canoe tripping. What a wonderful start! Thanks for sharing, and good luck with future adventures.


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Thanks for sharing. The previous poster's (martin2007) comments expresses my thoughts as well. I wish you many more solo adventures.

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martin2007 wrote:
I'm impressed by your initiative and courage, Cobi. You embarked on an adventure that few young men__and far fewer young women__ever even consider : solo canoe tripping. What a wonderful start! Thanks for sharing, and good luck with future adventures.


Thank you so much for your comment, martin2007. I took a few years until I felt ready. I tried (seriously thought about) doing a solo trip last year, but just didn't feel ready. I'm already planning the next one!

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