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Read ➳ From Reindeer Lake to Eskimo Point Author Peter Kazaks – Fanfaremedia.co.uk chapter 1 From Reindeer Lake to Eskimo Point, meaning From Reindeer Lake to Eskimo Point, genre From Reindeer Lake to Eskimo Point, book cover From Reindeer Lake to Eskimo Point, flies From Reindeer Lake to Eskimo Point, From Reindeer Lake to Eskimo Point 316c9f171ca62 PDF From Reindeer Lake To Eskimo Point Author Peter Kazaks Sioril.co.uk Canoe Across Large Lakes, Up And Down Rivers And Rapids Labour Over Portages And Through A Miasma Of Blackflies Bask In The Golden Evenings Of The Subarctic In This Account Of An 800 Mile Canoe Trip Which Begins At Reindeer Lake On The Manitoba Saskatchewan Border, Continues Into Nunavut Past The Treeline, And Ends On Hudson Bay Peter Kazaks Conveys The Experience Of Being In The North By Describing The Daily Details That Bring The Trip To Life He Captures The Flavour Of An Extended Wilderness Canoe Trip And Reflects On Living In Unfettered Wilderness The Reader Will Also Grasp Something Of The Serene Beauty Of The Barren Lands And Begin To Understand Why Its Intoxicating Nature Keeps Drawing Some Back.The First Half Of The Trip, Essentially From Reindeer Lake To Nueltin Lake, Retraces P.G Downes Voyage Described In His Classic Sleeping Island Next The Four Men Of This Expedition, Led By George Luste, Entered The Barren Lands And Followed The Thlewiaza River, The Kognak River, South Henik Lake And The Maguse River North And East To The Shore Of Hudson Bay These Lands, Seldom Visited, Are Close To A True Wilderness One Of The Few Remaining Ones.


9 thoughts on “From Reindeer Lake to Eskimo Point

  1. says:

    I was hoping for from this book, but I will still give it 4 stars because it did convey the challenges of wilderness living, trekking, portaging and canoeing to a large extent My preference would have been for details on the plants and animals of the sub arctic in summer, along with pictures It reads like a diary of the day to day banalities such as it was my turn to cook dinner , the sky was grey , we covered over 30 miles etc with an occasional foray into the philosophical..What really sticks with me is the descripti...


  2. says:

    My mother in law met this gentleman He and three friend went on a canoe trip described in P.G Downes book Sleeping Island the Story of One Man s Travels in the Great Barren Lands of the Canadian North Now everyone in the family has read the book It is an ac...


  3. says:

    This was a wonderful book, full of adventure and lovely descriptions of wild northern Canada, but also wrestling with the human element of four men on an 800 mile canoe journey Author Peter Kazaks uses just the right combination of each day s paddle interspersed with asides about meals, portaging, insect bites, and the meaning of life His observations about the status of the Inuit and Canada s aboriginals reveals a little discussed aspect of Canadian society From Reindeer Lake is a welcome su...