Post Number: 38
|Posted on Friday, June 11, 2004 - 9:48 am: ||
Re: Chee-bay-jing trail
There was still a big pile a lumber and stack of ties there, so I guess they will be working again this year. There was a notice on the lumber about this being a project by Ontario Parks in conjunction with Project Canoe and MEC.
What is Project Canoe?
About the Rangers:
Would they have seriously expected us to produce permits? Last I heard, there was something said about getting them at Finlayson Point (?). That’s pretty far out of the way considering the routes one can use to get into the Backcountry. I also spoke with a Parks guy at a show this past spring and he did not think they would be set up for permits this year – although this guy was a quite young and I had to show him on the map where the Parks in Temagami were.
On this trip we saw no other canoe trippers, a few motorized fisherman on Lady Eve Lake and a couple of guys on the River who were base camped and fishing, but that was it. The land and waters were beautiful, garbage was rare and fire wood was plenty.
Post Number: 39
|Posted on Friday, June 11, 2004 - 9:51 am: ||
PS - Brian:
Is that you on the Bomber Biffy? The date seems about right. I thought you were afraid of flying?
Post Number: 217
|Posted on Friday, June 11, 2004 - 12:24 pm: ||
Project CANOE is a youth camp for those who are challenging and is located on the Northeast Arm of Lake Temagami.
I don't have a pilot's license so that can't be me.
Post Number: 71
|Posted on Friday, June 11, 2004 - 2:09 pm: ||
You can always submit your permit request by phone and have it mailed out to you in time for your trip.That way you don't have to go to Temagami to pick it up.