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Backcountry » What do you call it? Thunder Box? Outhouse? Sh**ter? Kaibo? » 2/26/2020 8:06 pm

JD-2011
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na na na na na na na na na na.. (Thunder)
na na na na na na na na na na.. (Thunder)

I was caught
In the middle of the woods (Thunder)
Looked around
And I knew there was no turning back (Thunder)
My bowels creaked
And I thought what could I do (Thunder)
And I knew
There was a Thunder Box, Thunder box!!!

Catch-all Discussions » Sad news from Big Trout Lake » 7/05/2017 7:38 pm

JD-2011
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Very sad. My condolence to his family and classmates.

Trip Reports » Part 2 (of 2): 6 Day Solo, Opeongo - Round Island » 5/13/2017 10:33 pm

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It says its private.  Good job on part one.

Trip Planning » Daughter trip in july14th » 5/13/2017 10:19 pm

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You can always rent a canoe from Canoe Algonquin in the town of Kearney,Ont they also deliver canoes right to the entry points for an adittional cost.   The permit office for entry point 4 rain lake is also located in Kearney,Ont.   A great resource for trip planning would be to look at Jeff's Maps where you can find distances and time estimates for you trip.  I agree with John M Jubilee is a very nice lake.  If you do book the trip be sure to stop on the Island site on Rain L to check out an old fireplace that are the remains of an old cottage.  have fun!!

Trip Planning » Rain Lake » 5/13/2017 4:01 pm

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When I last past by the fireplace site in 2015 it looked solid and in good shape it also looked like it was used as the fire pit.

Trip Planning » Rain Lake » 5/09/2017 6:50 pm

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It is in the spot Peek mention western campsite on the island. Its pretty cool but the campsite is wide open and it would be a good idea to bring an extra tarp for wind blockage. 

Equipment » Wood stove pipe/flute/duct » 1/08/2017 1:56 pm

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Hi all and Happy New Year, I was wondering if anyone knows of a place in the GTA that I can purchase 3inch pipe/flute/duct that is not galvanized for a small wood stove.   I've read arguments on both sides of using galvanized  some say it's safe simply by pre burning it off and others say it will always off gas even after burning it off.  So I'd like to play it safe and not use galvanized.   Thx Jeff

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