The French River cuts through the Canadian Shield, flowing through rapids, waterfalls, gorges and interconnected lakes on its journey from Lake Nipissing to Georgian Bay
There is always time to relax. What the BRAT do best!
A major transportation route for centuries, with many rock paintings and archeological sites of the Shield Archaic and Algonkian peoples. They were followed by the Huron and Ojibwa, who gave the river its current name, from French explorers such as Etienne Brulé , Jean Nicollet, Pierre Radisson, des Groseillers and La Verendrye.
7 BRAT were available for this adventure. Dudley, Joker, Parker, Falcon, Stoner, Clobber and Warden.
Parker was the “odd man out” in the solo craft. He choose a small Swift canoe and a double bladed paddle.
We had a wonderful time exploring the beauty of Georgian Bay and the peace of the inland water routes. At camp there was some whiskey consumed and cards played.