Kabloona in the Yellow Kayak: One Woman's Journey Through the Northwest Passage

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Turnstone Press, 1997 - Sports & Recreation - 304 pages
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During the summers of 1991 through 1994 Victoria Jason and two companions--Fred Reffler and Don Starkell--set out to kayak from Churchill, Manitoba to Tuktoyaktuk on the Beaufort Sea. When she set out in 1991, Victoria, already a grandmother of two, had been kayaking for only a year and was still recovering from the second of two strokes.

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Review: Kabloona in the Yellow Kayak: One Woman's Journey Through the Northwest Passage

User Review  - rodney - Goodreads

I lived and worked above the arctic circle in Alaska and Canada. My exwife knew Victoria. An excellent read about one woman's adventure and bravery Read full review

Review: Kabloona in the Yellow Kayak: One Woman's Journey Through the Northwest Passage

User Review  - rodney - Goodreads

I lived and worked above the arctic circle in Alaska and Canada. My exwife knew Victoria. An excellent read about one woman's adventure and bravery Read full review

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About the author (1997)

Victoria Jason fell in love with the North while living in Churchill. After following her dream to kayak the North, she worked to reintroduce the kayak to the Innu. She toured the country sharing her experiences and adventures until illness made it impossible for her to continue. Victoria died in Winnipeg in the spring of 2000.

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