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Entry Point 29 - North Kawishiwi River

North Kawishiwi River entry point allows overnight paddle only. This entry point is supported by Kawishiwi Ranger Station near the city of Ely, MN. The distance from ranger station to entry point is 15 miles. Access the North Kawishiwi River through Ojibway Lake and Triangle Lake using two portages.

Number of Permits per Day: 1
Elevation: 1249 feet
Latitude: 47.9543
Longitude: -91.5641
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Spartan2
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06/29/2016 06:32PM
 
New Trip Report posted by Spartan2

Trip Name: The Elephant Trip.

Entry Point: 30

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Mocha
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06/29/2016 07:23PM
 
i really enjoy your trip reports and photos and hope you do more.


head pain is awful, i hope you were able to get that figured out.
Spartan2
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06/29/2016 08:14PM
 
Thanks, Mocha.


I had intended to do more reports, but lately I cannot get my photos to load from Photobucket like I used to. I liked inserting the full-size photos that didn't have to be "clicked", and all of my other reports had those. But suddenly that doesn't work anymore. Perhaps because we moved and we have a different form of Internet provider.


As I get more time, I have a few more that I would like to do. But since we won't be taking any more new trips, they will all be a bit "historical" like this one.


As I was working on it, it was hard to believe that it was ten years ago.
Mashuga
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07/01/2016 11:01AM
 
Very nice trip report! It's always nice to relive the memories.
ducks
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07/06/2016 07:25AM
 
Hey Wise Lady!!!! Another great report and pictures and I look forward to more of them.


Speaking of your "big pictures" that you used to be able to have in your reports...... How's HoHo doing? I can't remember the last time I saw a post from him.

Ride EZ
Spartan2
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07/06/2016 09:41AM
 
Hi ducks!


HoHo is doing well. I think he and David are just so busy with living up in the canoe country that he isn't spend much time on the Internet anymore. They are paddling in the Quetico often, and also had a nice trip in Europe this spring. I just had an email correspondence with him this past week, and he is nursing a sore wrist, but I don't think it is going to keep him from paddling for long.
ducks
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07/07/2016 10:07AM
 
Spartan2... thanks for the info. Sounds like they are "living their dream" :) other than the bum wrist.

Ride EZ
Lumpco
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08/07/2016 06:57PM
 
Great report, nice read, the minute i read "the elephant trip"
i was certian it was a Centennial referance,


"The rivers were turbulent: Sweetwater, Green, Snake, Yellowstone, but the hills were rolling and much less severe than the Rockies. It was an amiable land...


my faverite book
thank you
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