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11/19/2015 5:01 pm  #1


Where in Algonquin 22

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11/19/2015 6:18 pm  #2


Re: Where in Algonquin 22

Ha!  Everywhere, two weeks from now.

 

11/20/2015 9:20 am  #3


Re: Where in Algonquin 22

Maybe it's SteveE's camp 2 weeks from now! On second thought probably not. You would have to travel about 6km uphill to get to this spot.

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11/20/2015 10:02 am  #4


Re: Where in Algonquin 22

Lol yup I'm too lazy and out of shape to go that far!

 

11/20/2015 10:02 am  #5


Re: Where in Algonquin 22

Wild guess then. Somewhere along Track and Tower?


We do not go to the green woods and crystal waters to rough it, we go to smooth it.
 - George Washington Sears
 

11/20/2015 4:45 pm  #6


Re: Where in Algonquin 22

Not along the corridor.

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11/27/2015 9:34 am  #7


Re: Where in Algonquin 22

I would say "northwest Algonquin".  Or somewhere in the Panhandle region.

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Perhaps it's time for a hint?

Barbara

Last edited by Barbara (11/27/2015 9:36 am)


Take everything as it comes; the wave passes, deal with the next one.

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11/27/2015 2:41 pm  #8


Re: Where in Algonquin 22

Panhandle region is CORRECT! Beyond that the location is so obscure that I declare Barbara the winner. 
This Woods wall tent is set up as a warming hut for the South Algonquin Ski Trails. It is located here:

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11/27/2015 5:22 pm  #9


Re: Where in Algonquin 22

Wow, knock me over with a feather! I can't believe my wild guess was worth it.

I thought that looked too small to be dogsled trail, which was my first thought.  Does one need to bring a shovel, if one wants to use that "warming hut"?  http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/cute.png




Barbara


Take everything as it comes; the wave passes, deal with the next one.

Tom Thomson, 1877-1917
 

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