Monthly Archives: September 2022

Early September 2022 – The night I reached my abandoned canoe after paddling, portaging and lining 100km in 5 days far away in the Northern Quebec wilderness. It had been stashed for 4 years in that harsh environment. Over 200km as the crow flies from the nearest community of Schefferville. Before this Northern Lights show, due to cloud-covered skies, I hadn’t seen a star for a week. Nature has a strange way of making magic at the most interesting times. As always I took it as a sign that I was in the exact spot I needed to be in life. Though I have witnessed Aurora Borealis dance before, it’s still the most beautiful, captivating, and empowering sight I have ever seen. If you look closely, you can see a contented Saku by the glowing blaze. All said and done together we drove 8000km and canoed 200km in 24 days.…

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