Where Rivers Run: A 6,000-Mile Exploration of Canada by Canoe
Written by Gary and Joanie McGuffin.
Published by Boston Mills Press, 1988.
|A typical honeymoon story. To fulfill their dream of traveling
from sea to sea in a canoe, wilderness adventurers Joanie and Gary McGuffin,
recently married, set out from the Gulf of St. Lawrence (Atlantic Ocean) and
two years and 6,000 miles later reached the Beaufort Sea (Arctic Ocean). Along
the way, they faced innumerable hardships and challenged some of Canada's most
dangerous rivers. In the process, they discovered a Canada that few will ever
Where Rivers Run is the record of their remarkable odyssey.
Also from Gary and Joanie McGuffin:
Paddle Your Own Kayak: An Illustrated Guide to the Art of Kayaking
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