The Journal of Canadian

Wilderness Canoeing

  SPRING 2004

PAGE 10

OUTFIT 116
 

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                                                                                                       SYLVIE MICHAUD

When you really want to be alone come to the shores of the Payne River in northern Quebec. Sylvie Michaud and Fabian Nadeau shared this private moment with themselves and Che-Mun readers. There is something to be said for co-ed trips. The unusually sunny and warm weather last July meant for some great hiking in the often cold and drizzly hills along this river, which flows into the west side of Ungava Bay. Full story

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