John Lake to North Fowl Lake

On a beautiful sunny day we find ourselves back at the John Lake entry point.  A light breeze is blowing and the crystal clear waters are beckoning.  Jim and I begin our trip along the Border Route much like we had the year before.  Traveling along the Royal River you are surrounded by cliffs and […]

On a beautiful sunny day we find ourselves back at the John Lake entry point.  A light breeze is blowing and the crystal clear waters are beckoning.  Jim and I begin our trip along the Border Route much like we had the year before.  Traveling along the Royal River you are surrounded by cliffs and lush vegetation.  The wild rice in some areas fills the horizon.  Join us as we paddle from John Lake to North Fowl Lake.

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John to North Fowl

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Artist: Michael Mucklow

Website: http://www.michaelmucklow.com

Song: “Gone for a Walk”

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About Bill

I grew up in Alaska spending as much time outdoors as possible. Camping, hunting, and flying consumed much of my free time. Upon moving to Minnesota I found the BWCAW to be a place that allowed me to escape to the wilderness. I love being able to share this amazing place with all of you. I hope you enjoy the shows.

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4 Responses to “John Lake to North Fowl Lake”

  1. Alan April 13, 2011 at 1:46 pm #

    This is another amazing trip Bill & Jim. The scenery is just fantastic, and good to see some wildlife along the trail too. Liked the portage trail sequences, great to see that as well as shots on the lakes.

    Keep up the good work on the shows, I look forward to seeing each new release.

    Happy paddling for 2011!

  2. Bill April 13, 2011 at 3:40 pm #

    Alan » HI Alan, Glad you enjoyed the show. It was a great day on the water. With the gentle breeze keeping the bugs away and the calm waters to paddle on it doesn’t get much better. If you notice on the last portage that is very lush with vegetation the bugs got a little thick. I was swatting at them like crazy at the beginning of the portage. Sometimes it gets a little hectic with the canoe on your shoulders. 🙂

  3. Warren April 14, 2011 at 5:55 am #

    Very nice set up, I just love what you have done, thank you for bring the BWCAW into my home every month.
    Warren Jones
    Romulus, Michigan

  4. Bill April 14, 2011 at 7:10 am #

    Warren » Hi Warren, very nice to hear you’re enjoying our episodes. We love to get feedback from people. Thanks for watching!!

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