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11/12/2021 05:00PM  
It is time to start the November 2021 Photo Contest, as well as, Trip Report Contest.

First an important note. If you see that you have won the contest or a prize in the contest, please email your address and choice of hat, shirt, or decals to me.

Monthly Theme: Vintage Photos from Canoe Country

Show us your Vintage Photos from Canoe Country!

Prize: BWCA Hat, Shirt, or Decals.

Trip Report Contest: Any trip report published in a month is in the running for winning the prize. See the trip report contest page for more details - Trip Report Home Page

Thanks to Cooke Custom Sewing (CCS) for sponsoring the year-end prize!

Remember 1 entry per person, please. This helps us vote accurately.

- You must be signed in as a member with a valid email address in your profile to enter (or win).
- You can only enter one photo per monthly contest. You can enter the same photo if it did not win with it prior.
- Photos don't need to be taken in the month of the photo contest. You can enter any photo you have taken which matches the theme.
- You must be the photographer of the photo and have the right to post it.
- Photos are entered in the contest by making a reply posting to this message and using the "Add a photo to this message" link during composition. This will allow you to upload a photo from your computer to the contest or allow you to select a photo that you have already loaded into your photo gallery on this site. If you want to enter your photo in another way, please contact us.
- Please describe in the message the location of the photo.
- Judging will be done by the staff and moderators.
- A member may win once per year.
- Photos must be posted to this thread by 11:59pm on Nov 30th. Photos must be in jpg (jpeg) or png format and uploaded to this site.

Thank you for participating!
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11/12/2021 07:17PM  

Found a "soft" spot at the Jitterbug Lake landing.
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11/12/2021 10:00PM  

West Bearskin Lake on the docks at Camp Menogyn. Not quite in the BWCA so not sure if it counts. 1982. Can't believe it was almost 40 years ago.
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11/13/2021 03:34PM  

My Dad in 1996 packing out a moose leg. He was hunting about 30 miles northeast of Ely. He and a buddy had two canoes and it took 19 trips to get across a portage!
11/13/2021 09:10PM  

My first solo in 1984. The route was the Vista/Gaskin/Winchell area.
member (32)member
11/14/2021 08:01PM  

Met my wife at the old Associated Colleges of the Midwest (now Coe) Field Station at the edge of the BW on Low Lake summer 1993. Here we are heading out together- she has since upgraded her rain gear. Note duct tape patch on Duluth pack.
11/15/2021 12:35PM  

First trip down the Bloodvein River, late 1970s. Thirty miles west of Woodland Caribou PP. First Nation camp.
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11/15/2021 06:02PM  

Evening on Moose Camp Lake. About 20 years ago when we still used the old Alumacraft canoe.

11/16/2021 02:37PM  

Circa 1976 Carp Lake heading into Emerald in Quetico. A "few" items to note making this a vintage photo, one is my waist size of 27 inches at the time, (not so much any more) and the long blond hair of the 70's! Ha!
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11/17/2021 06:59PM  

Mid 1970's I think it was on Sag lake

11/18/2021 12:46AM  
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11/19/2021 09:38PM  
Lightfoot: " "
I still use an Alumacraft canoe and love it for a number of reasons, preferring it over the kevlar ones I've paddled on a couple of trips. True, on a long hilly portage the Alumacraft is less comfortable to carry, but those portages are not common for me and just a small portion of the trip when we DO encounter them. With a weight to my Alumacraft of under 70#'s, I can bear with it when needed.
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11/20/2021 07:02PM  

3/5ths of the Shaw family. Heading back to Tuscarora Outfitters from Long Island Lake. June 1992. It rained all week, and we had to paddle up hill.
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11/30/2021 07:19AM  

My very-first trip in 1986. Me (far right) and the guys with "Root Beer" Dorothy Molter at her home on Isle of Pines. She passed away about five months after this photo.
11/30/2021 09:50PM  

Vintage wood 'Thunder Box'

12/05/2021 05:57PM  
Those old pictures are awesome! Thank you everyone for entering, and congratulations to the winners of November's contests!

Photo Contest: BottomToTheTop
Trip Report Contest: WenSheff7
Extra Prize: LesliesDad

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