Rain, Moose and Mosquitoes. The story of two sisters and their paddle through Algonquin Park

I love Canadian camping stories!

Tales Of Me

In February of 2013 My sister Deanna and I went on our first trip together. We went to Cuba, and had such an amazing time. Around the one year anniversary of that trip, we decided to go on vacation together again. It was decided pretty quickly that we would pack up and head to Algonquin Park for a couple of days.

I always like to say that I ‘grew up in a tent’. A lot of my memories from when I was a kid, are of camping. Even at a very young age, we were doing multi-week camping trips in the Adirondacks, and Smoky Mountains. My sister and I hadn’t been camping together in what has to more than 15 years, up until last year when we camped with friends. Prior to prepping for the trip, her and I had only ever been in a canoe together one time. It…

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