Where Rivers Run #2020

Where Rivers Run Gary McGuffin Joanie McGuffin Where Rivers Run Atypical honeymoon story To fulfill their dream of traveling from sea to sea in a canoe wilderness adventurers Joanie and Gary McGuffin recently married set out from the Gulf of St Lawrence Atlanti

  • Title: Where Rivers Run
  • Author: Gary McGuffin Joanie McGuffin
  • ISBN: 9781550463149
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Paperback
  • Where Rivers Run Gary McGuffin Joanie McGuffin Atypical honeymoon story To fulfill their dream of traveling from sea to sea in a canoe, wilderness adventurers Joanie and Gary McGuffin, recently married, set out from the Gulf of St Lawrence Atlantic Ocean and two years and 6,000 miles later reached the Beaufort Sea Arctic Ocean Along the way, they faced innumerable hardships and challenged some of Canada s most dAtypical honeymoon story To fulfill their dream of traveling from sea to sea in a canoe, wilderness adventurers Joanie and Gary McGuffin, recently married, set out from the Gulf of St Lawrence Atlantic Ocean and two years and 6,000 miles later reached the Beaufort Sea Arctic Ocean Along the way, they faced innumerable hardships and challenged some of Canada s most dangerous rivers In the process, they discovered a Canada that few will ever see.
    Where Rivers Run Gary McGuffin Joanie McGuffin

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    One thought on “Where Rivers Run”

    1. Since reading Karsten Heuer s Being Caribou I ve been looking forward to reading another epic adventure through Canadian landscapes Though Gary and Joanie s adventure is just as epic, the story they tell didn t provide the same sense of adventure as Heuer To me, the story comes across as quite negative Rather than inspiring me to fall in love with the Canadian landscape they were advocating for as Heuer did with the porcupine caribou herd , they instead inspired hate for the causes of its destru [...]

    2. I loved the book I really felt like I was there paddling along with them, minus the blackfly and mosquito bites I actually got to meet them both when they came to do a talk in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario They re very entertaining but unpretentious people.They ve written a great book.

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