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DECEMBER 17, 2003

Sneak peek at Hap's new Temagami book

Here's a peek at Hap Wilson's highly-anticipated new guide to Temagami, Canoeing, Kayaking and Hiking Temagami, due out this spring,

SNEAK PEEK: Hap's new book

DECEMBER 16, 2003

Wilderness Canoeing Symposium '04

This Toronto event is the closest thing to a continental convention on wilderness canoeing. Although the theme is not about Temagami this year, it is a great place to meet other canoeists who paddle Temagami.

  WEBSITE: Wilderness Canoeing Symposium

DECEMBER 16, 2003

Freeze-up nears

Most lakes are frozen, as seen in yesterday's satellite photo.

 SATELLITE IMAGE:  December 15

DECEMBER 13, 2003

Obabika Lake frozen

Obabika Lake froze today, reports Alex Mathias, who lives at the north end.

As one of the larger lakes, this means that the rest of the large lakes, the last to freeze, are on the way.

DECEMBER 2, 2003

Snow on the ground and open water

 SATELLITE IMAGE:  November 29

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