Water and Sky

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Stoddart, 1989 - Canada, Northern - 311 pages
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"One drizzly spring morning, the author and his companion paddled their overloaded canoe out into the swift current of the Athabasca River near Jasper, Alberta. Two thousand miles and fourteen months later, they beached it for the last time at the Inuit settlement of Baker Lake, Northwest Territories, just south of the Arctic Circle" -- Book jacket.

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Water and Sky: Reflections of a Northern Year

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This story is of an expedition deep into the Canadian wilderness. Two people, the author and his companion (now wife), Marypat Zitzer, paddle their canoe from near Jasper, Alberta along the Athabasca ... Read full review

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