Friday, March 7, 2008
When it comes to a burned out area, about the only thing a person can do is carry your gear over, under, around the fallen trees. A person can bring a saw or axe to cut through some of the particularly tough stuff. I was looking through the Manitoba section of the Canadian Canoe Routes forum when I saw that Kyla and Dan had paddled on the South Seal. I emailed them for information about the route up-steam on the barrington River. They were kind enough to send me their trip notes as well as scans of the maps of the Barrington River, particularly the notes that they had made of the portages, rapids and campsites. Thanks again Kyla and Dan. Take a look at their amazing photos.
Posted by Wildpaddler