A Hoot for Fall

A Hoot for Fall

Final Fall Clearout Petey and I braved wind and rain today, sharpened our pencils and had a close look at remaining used boats. Many of the little buggers have been out working these past few weeks and are home for a rest. We’ve taken prices down to rock bottom so ...
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Mid-September Hoot

Mid-September Hoot

Mid - September Hoot The hint of autumn is on the wind.  Mushrooms magically sprout on the lawn and we sparked up the woodstove for the first time last night.  Yet other days dawn sunny and the waters are summer-warm. It’s the absolute best time to be wandering the islands ...
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Fire in the Belly with a Hoot in yer Hand

Fire in the Belly with a Hoot in yer Hand

Fire in the Belly with a Hoot in yer Hand Sounds like a Fred Eaglesmith song. Yup, there’s a fire. Yes, they say it’s Parry Sound but the fire is on mainland north and east of Henvey Inlet, a couple three days paddle north of us. It is devastating but ...
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Quick Hoot - HOT Summer – Best Time To Paddle!

Quick Hoot – HOT Summer – Best Time To Paddle!

Quick Hoot - HOT Summer – Best Time To Paddle! One Spot Just Came UPPPP - Northeast Coast Ecology July 31 – Aug. 3 Here’s a golden summer opportunity to join us for a traditional White Squall kayak and camp trip with our top guides Jocey Simon, Emily Beirnes and ...
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Days of Summer Hoot & Blat

Days of Summer Hoot & Blat

White Squall’s HOOT & BLAT! Time for a Summertime Dream For those who get my Lightfoot reference, you win the prize. Which is simply taking a moment to think about summer breezes, crystal clear waters and scented winds. On that note, with his permission I’ve re-printed at the end of ...
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Hoot & Blat  for the Coming Solstice

Hoot & Blat for the Coming Solstice

Start Your Summer - Come Paddle With Us Around Franklin June 24 On June 24, a happy gang of us - (and we range from 8 to 80!)  are gathering down at Snug Harbour for the second Franklin Challenge.   It's a fundraiser to support cleanup of local islands, through the ...
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