Get an up-close and personal look at how my 6 days in Algonquin Park faired while working on part two of the Algonquin Park Project.
For once I was lost, I am now found
A crazy racoon, beautiful sun rise and the land beyond the lost
Broken up clouds with a sunny disposition was the start to my long tedious drive to a place called Lost Coin Lake, where I was about to embark on a solo adventure and the start of the Algonquin Park Project; a summer long tourism project on the interior of the largest protected natural area in Ontario.
I have a long week ahead of me. 526 images to edit, over 25 pages of journal entries to digitize and one short video clip to process. Starting on Monday, June 1st I will begin posting the Algonquin Park Project with part one, Lost Coin Lake. Considering the lengthy journal entries, I will post one day of the project at a time. Thank you for taking the time to read my blog. I hope you will enjoy the coming entries.
Algonquin threw it all at me; rain, snow, sleet, heavy winds, doomsday bugs and one very angry father goose. You gave it your worst and I made the the best of it. 75km of paddling, 12km of hiking, hundreds of photos and over 20 pages of journal entries. I'll start posting the stories and photos on Monday, one day at a time..