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tremolo  
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06/22/2011 10:21AM
 
Things we learned on our last trip:

COffee filters can work as toilet paper

Keep tampons dry

Do not bring teva thongs (the 20 dollar variety) to use as camp shoes (despite their being very light and "smooshable")-- they are very slippery when wet. Had to duck tape them to wool socks... no pic available

Using your tarp as a foyer for tent seems like a good idea, but when the rain drains from tent into middle of foyer, you know it was a bad idea.

two bars of chocolate are not nearly enough for one week.

What are your bloopers?

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TuscaroraBorealis  
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06/22/2011 10:44AM
 
A member of our group forgot to put the tent poles back in the main bag after tearing down at Sawbill campground. They remained in the trunk of their car as we departed. Only realizing his mistake as we were setting up on South Temperance lake. At that point we weren't going back across Brule.


We found an appropriate length tree to use as a center, then put boulders in the corners & tried to guy it out the best we could. For the first three days it worked just fine. But on the last night we got hit with an absolute monsoon. Not alot of sleeping done that night in their tent. Fortunately we were leaving the next day. :)



It is the tent back in the woods a bit. Picture was taken pre-storm.
nofish  
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06/22/2011 11:48AM
 
My trip partner learned a valuable lesson while trying to put a rope up to hang our food pack from.


When trying to throw a rope over a branch that is way to high make sure you hang on to the other end of the rope. If you don't all you'll succeed in doing is launching the rope 30 feet up into a tree.


Luckily the very end of the rope hung down to maybe 15 feet above the ground so a combination of climbing a tree with a treble hook on the end of a fishing pole we were able to get the rope back but it took us maybe an hour to get it threaded back down through the branches.
mc2mens  
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06/22/2011 12:01PM
 
Back in the days when we used to hang our food in a tree, we'd sometimes have too much wine in the evening before hanging the food pack. This led to some very entertaining after dinner shows. The blue barrel has made life so much easier, albeit less entertaining.


The first and most memorable blooper would have been on my very first trip to the BWCA. We were newbies but had most of our own gear. A brother of mine who had been to the BWCA a couple of times before, said he had a new set of portage wheels so don't worry about packing light. We brought everything but the kitchen sink. Our canoes were loaded to the gills. On the very first leg of the first portage, the portage wheel axle broke. We had three more portages to get to our destination base camp. Never again.


"Big fish eat little fish."
nojobro  
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06/22/2011 12:11PM
 
Don't try to simmer something on a stove that just plain wasn't designed to simmer.


A three year old who is afraid of the mosquitoes at the latrine won't ever fully empty her bladder (except when sleeping) and you run the risk of running out of toilet paper. Also, due to the nighttime peeing issue, bring extra nighttime diapers (we had to leave a day early).


Dip nets sink...quickly. (Home aquarium nets...brought them along for the kids...hey, BWP...I bought you a replacement.)
mc2mens  
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06/22/2011 12:13PM
 
quote tremolo: "Things we learned on our last trip:


COffee filters can work as toilet paper


Keep tampons dry


Do not bring teva thongs (the 20 dollar variety) to use as camp shoes (despite their being very light and "smooshable")-- they are very slippery when wet. Had to duck tape them to wool socks... no pic available


Using your tarp as a foyer for tent seems like a good idea, but when the rain drains from tent into middle of foyer, you know it was a bad idea.


two bars of chocolate are not nearly enough for one week.


What are your bloopers?


"



I am reminded of another blooper. Last June I invited the ex-wife to join our group (biggest blooper yet). She forgot tampons. This was a PITA for the rest of our group. Do you think coffee filters could work as tampons too? :-)


"Big fish eat little fish."
Divainthewild  
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06/22/2011 12:29PM
 
I can't really remember much for bloopers on any of our trips that we couldn't work out except for........


CANOE BENDER!!!!
ripple  
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06/22/2011 12:29PM
 
quote mc2mens: "quote tremolo: "Things we learned on our last trip:



COffee filters can work as toilet paper



Keep tampons dry



Do not bring teva thongs (the 20 dollar variety) to use as camp shoes (despite their being very light and "smooshable")-- they are very slippery when wet. Had to duck tape them to wool socks... no pic available



Using your tarp as a foyer for tent seems like a good idea, but when the rain drains from tent into middle of foyer, you know it was a bad idea.



two bars of chocolate are not nearly enough for one week.



What are your bloopers?



"




I am reminded of another blooper. Last June I invited the ex-wife to join our group (biggest blooper yet). She forgot tampons. This was a PITA for the rest of our group. Do you think coffee filters could work as tampons too? :-)"

EEEWWWHHH!!!


I will never understand how some can hang with their ex- spouse! Mine is SOOO an ex for SOOO many reasons!!


Ripple in still water....
jb in the wild  
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06/22/2011 12:34PM
 
quote Divainthewild: "I can't really remember much for bloopers on any of our trips that we couldn't work out except for........



CANOE BENDER!!!!"



Ok it wasn't that bad but it seemed like it to me.


JB
This is what it really looked like. Didn't leak even though it was below the water line. Souris River.

JB


You can't explain the obvious to the ignorant.
mc2mens  
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06/22/2011 12:35PM
 
Well - we have a 10 year old son together so we will always be tied together and we're still on friendly terms. I cannot understand how people who were in love once cannot speak to each other anymore.


"Big fish eat little fish."
2K10  
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06/22/2011 12:36PM
 
"


I am reminded of another blooper. Last June I invited the ex-wife to join our group (biggest blooper yet). She forgot tampons. This was a PITA for the rest of our group. Do you think coffee filters could work as tampons too? :-)"


Wow, that is a big blooper bringing the ex! I saw my ex last week for the 1st time in a while, we were talking about my upcoming trip and he said he didn't think he'd ever go again, let alone an 11 day trip (last time he went was during the '99 storm)....reminded him that that is one of the many reasons he is my EX :-)


RE: coffee filters/tampons - heck, you can make just about anything work if you're creative - trust me, I found out the hard way last year when it came a week early, and the 1st aid kit came in very handy :-) Ok, I'm sure the rest of the guys will appreciate that part of the conversation being done now - ha.


"Live in the Moment: You can't change yesterday, but you can ruin today worrying about tomorrow"
inspector13  
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06/22/2011 12:40PM
 

Bringing an 85lb fiberglass canoe through a PMA, and not drinking enough water during the first two days of that trip. Good thing I brought along extra ramen noodles which helped me recover from dehydration.


jb in the wild  
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06/22/2011 12:40PM
 
quote mc2mens: "Well - we have a 10 year old son together so we will always be tied together and we're still on friendly terms. I cannot understand how people who were in love once cannot speak to each other anymore. "


There is a very good reason why the X is in front of her name. I have a very good relationship with my son. I'm with Ripple on this one.


JB


You can't explain the obvious to the ignorant.
shadypaddler  
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06/22/2011 12:42PM
 
Wife and I took our 4 year old for his first trip. First day went great until time to go pee before bed. We told him to hurry, but that meant nothing to him. In the middle of the night he began to cry and no-one slept. In the morning we found the problem. A mosquito had bitten little mister willy and it was swollen to, well it was swollen. After suffering all day at 2pm he says, "I love the boundary waters, but my penis really needs to go home." So we packed up and paddled the 8 miles back out. His first trip was a total of about 26 hrs, but also probably my most memorable trip.
mc2mens  
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06/22/2011 12:59PM
 
quote jb in the wild: "quote mc2mens: "Well - we have a 10 year old son together so we will always be tied together and we're still on friendly terms. I cannot understand how people who were in love once cannot speak to each other anymore. "



There is a very good reason why the X is in front of her name. I have a very good relationship with my son. I'm with Ripple on this one.



JB"



Different strokes for different folks. She's my son's mother. I invited her along for him, not for myself. But, like I said, it won't happen again. Not because I hate her. More because it didn't work out very well the first time. She was not prepared for the wilderness experience.


"Big fish eat little fish."
serenityseeker  
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06/22/2011 01:09PM
 
quote shadypaddler: "Wife and I took our 4 year old for his first trip. First day went great until time to go pee before bed. We told him to hurry, but that meant nothing to him. In the middle of the night he began to cry and no-one slept. In the morning we found the problem. A mosquito had bitten little mister willy and it was swollen to, well it was swollen. After suffering all day at 2pm he says, "I love the boundary waters, but my penis really needs to go home." So we packed up and paddled the 8 miles back out. His first trip was a total of about 26 hrs, but also probably my most memorable trip. "



LMAO out of the mouths of babes. LOL
serenityseeker  
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06/22/2011 01:10PM
 
My bloopers from the last trip: don't wear a panty liner in on the first day. I slipped on some algae covered rocks on the EP and got wet and had a pile of slimy gelatinized goo (the remnants of the panty liner)stuck in my pant leg (that was tucked into my socks). I can not tell you how utterly disgusting that was for the next 3 portages. ::shivers just thinking about it::
ripple  
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06/22/2011 01:32PM
 
quote mc2mens: "Well - we have a 10 year old son together so we will always be tied together and we're still on friendly terms. I cannot understand how people who were in love once cannot speak to each other anymore. "
You are a good Dad and a good man for doing the right thing for your son. Some marriages end gently and you get the gift of a sane relationship. Some marriages end horrifically and you are stuck with the baggage of an enemy you once had a life with. You should feel fortunate to have the former- those of with the later will never get it though.


Ripple in still water....
ripple  
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06/22/2011 01:38PM
 
quote serenityseeker: "My bloopers from the last trip: don't wear a panty liner in on the first day. I slipped on some algae covered rocks on the EP and got wet and had a pile of slimy gelatinized goo (the remnants of the panty liner)stuck in my pant leg (that was tucked into my socks). I can not tell you how utterly disgusting that was for the next 3 portages. ::shivers just thinking about it:: "
That made my stuff hurt to think about it!!


Ripple in still water....
tremolo  
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06/22/2011 01:56PM
 
quote mc2mens: "quote tremolo: "Things we learned on our last trip:



COffee filters can work as toilet paper



Keep tampons dry



Do not bring teva thongs (the 20 dollar variety) to use as camp shoes (despite their being very light and "smooshable")-- they are very slippery when wet. Had to duck tape them to wool socks... no pic available



Using your tarp as a foyer for tent seems like a good idea, but when the rain drains from tent into middle of foyer, you know it was a bad idea.



two bars of chocolate are not nearly enough for one week.



What are your bloopers?



"




I am reminded of another blooper. Last June I invited the ex-wife to join our group (biggest blooper yet). She forgot tampons. This was a PITA for the rest of our group. Do you think coffee filters could work as tampons too? :-)"



no


but tampons can be used for coffee filters.


what is PITA?
NDCanoe  
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06/22/2011 02:02PM
 
TMI!
TMI!
TMI!
drnatus  
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06/22/2011 02:05PM
 
I am thinking that this thread needs to moved to a "woman only" message board!!!!!


my biggest blooper this past trip was hurrying on the last portage before basecamp and not lifting the canoe high enough when trying to set it in the water. It caught my pack and over I went.


Well, I used to have this big knot on my tibia (for about 20 years) and now it is significantly smaller/ nearly gone....it got partially/mostly knocked off. I was able to move it around under my skin. kind of a creepy feeling. had a massive bruise. wouldn't be surprised if I didn't loose nearly a unit of blood. Even had swelling down around my ankle. I walked just fine and even carried my 40+ pound pack the rest of the trip.


Went and saw an ortho (actualy a second came in to talk as it was such an interesting story). They still have no adequate explanation. Cause if it really did knock off that knot, I shouldn't be able to walk. (that is where the quadracep tendon attaches.)


All I can say is the knot was there, now it's gone.






Never criticize someone until you walk a mile in their shoes....by then you'll be a mile away and they will be shoeless!
tremolo  
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06/22/2011 02:06PM
 
quote NDCanoe: "TMI!
TMI!
TMI!"




What's the problem? Did you not know about menstruation:)





More bloopers:


trying to put down the throne lid with my eyes closed. I touched the wrong spot. Ick.


In an attempt to dry boots by fire, melting part of one boot.


Telling my daughter that "Leave No Trace" might be a nice way to care for her bedroom. She didn't think that was very funny.
2K10  
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06/22/2011 02:07PM
 
quote tremolo: "quote mc2mens: "quote tremolo: "Things we learned on our last trip:




COffee filters can work as toilet paper




Keep tampons dry




Do not bring teva thongs (the 20 dollar variety) to use as camp shoes (despite their being very light and "smooshable")-- they are very slippery when wet. Had to duck tape them to wool socks... no pic available




Using your tarp as a foyer for tent seems like a good idea, but when the rain drains from tent into middle of foyer, you know it was a bad idea.




two bars of chocolate are not nearly enough for one week.




What are your bloopers?




"





I am reminded of another blooper. Last June I invited the ex-wife to join our group (biggest blooper yet). She forgot tampons. This was a PITA for the rest of our group. Do you think coffee filters could work as tampons too? :-)"




no



but tampons can be used for coffee filters.



what is PITA?"



PITA = Pain in the @ss


"Live in the Moment: You can't change yesterday, but you can ruin today worrying about tomorrow"
deanalika  
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06/22/2011 02:45PM
 
I will make a attempt to bring it back down to male humor...So everyone know of the campsite on Seagull that has the crapper on top of the mountain. It has to be about a 8th of a mile hike up hill to the crapper but a asome site minus that walk. Well take this story as a lesson learned, keep the crapper close. After a long trek or a trip we decided on that site it was on a point great views, just a long walk to the crapper. Well the night was cold I am guessing to the 40's so we were hunkered around the fire. I knew something was a tad off when I was farting like a buzz saw, but didn't think of it until the cramping hit. I knew I was sitting on a time bomb *pun intended* It was dark out but I didn't have time to grab a light....so I started RUNNING....well about 20 yards from the fire I took a tumble and scraped my knee up. Well my knee was the least of my worries, the fall also cut the wrong colored wire on my timed bomb. KABOOOOOOOOOMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM in my jeans down my leggs in my shoes, socks and so on. Well at that moment I was a little bummed out so I called out back to the fire for my Wife....ONLY MY WIFE, since we were with 2 other couples. She came down with a light and found me and couldn't stop laughing at me. In all honesty it was pretty funny. So that night I not only got to go swimming when it was about 40 degrees out, but I also got to do Laundry as well with my hunting soap. Thank god it was a sent killer soap. Made for some interesting jokes and talks later that night and for the rest of the trip.
YaMarVa  
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06/22/2011 02:54PM
 
quote jb in the wild: "quote Divainthewild: "I can't really remember much for bloopers on any of our trips that we couldn't work out except for........




CANOE BENDER!!!!"




Ok it wasn't that bad but it seemed like it to me.



JB
This is what it really looked like. Didn't leak even though it was below the water line. Souris River.


JB"



WTF happened?


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mirth  
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06/22/2011 03:02PM
 
quote Divainthewild: "I can't really remember much for bloopers on any of our trips that we couldn't work out except for........





CANOE BENDER!!!!"




Have I seen that picture at Red Rock's site?
mocha  
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06/22/2011 03:32PM
 
quote mc2mens: "quote jb in the wild: "quote mc2mens: "Well - we have a 10 year old son together so we will always be tied together and we're still on friendly terms. I cannot understand how people who were in love once cannot speak to each other anymore. "




There is a very good reason why the X is in front of her name. I have a very good relationship with my son. I'm with Ripple on this one.




JB"




Different strokes for different folks. She's my son's mother. I invited her along for him, not for myself. But, like I said, it won't happen again. Not because I hate her. More because it didn't work out very well the first time. She was not prepared for the wilderness experience."



if canoeing is a major part of your life it makes sense to take a trip or two together before deciding if he/she is the one. if the trip works out that's great. if it doesn't work out then it's either Adios! or i'm going canoeing and you can do what you want and we'll still be happy together.
Ho Ho  
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06/22/2011 04:27PM
 
At the moment the biggest blooper I can think of is taking it at face value when planning our food and the teenaged guys we took canoeing said they "didn't eat that much." Only once we were on our trip did I realize they could devour everything in the foodpack faster than army worms denude the forest.


By the way, I'm glad I've never had to use coffee filters for the above-mentioned purposes, because I don't bring them along. Do you think a French Press would work instead of TP?


And what is this thing you call menstruation?


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06/22/2011 04:39PM
 
Not in canoe country, but...In 1981, I spent a semester overseas. I got to tour the USSR, including what was then called Leningrad. We were told in no uncertain terms that we should not drink the water or brush our teeth with tap water. Giardia.
So I drank beer, or peevo, as it was called. Terrible stuff and served at room temp. One night I put some ice in the peevo to make it more drinkable.
2 weeks later I took off from London to fly non-stop to Chicago, a 7 hour flight. About 30 minutes into the flight you know what happened. They had nothing to help. It was a pretty bad trip made worse when the customs agents held up the line at O'Hare for what seemed like HOURS!
I do not envy the female types who have to suffer cramps like that every month!


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06/22/2011 04:44PM
 
Give any trip potential trip partners an IQ test before you find out later that they think its funny to throw a can of bug spray into the fire. I dont know if youve ever heard an aersol can explode but I thought the Canadians were invading the U.S. It was unbelievably loud, and blew the contents of the fire completely out of the pit, MO-RON !


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06/22/2011 04:45PM
 
quote tremolo: "quote NDCanoe: "TMI!
TMI!
TMI!"





What's the problem? Did you not know about menstruation:)






"



I grew up with 3 sisters and no brothers. I know plenty about "Aunt Flo". More than I want to.
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06/22/2011 04:48PM
 
OK, I am laughing so hard I am crying...


At first I thought this was duplicate of missmolly's "blunders" thread, but it's not a repeat and the stories are HI-larious!!


@deanalika, still chuckling over that one. I thought I had a "not-enough-cheese" blooper to share, but it's nothing compared with your story!


@HoHo, I figure my preteen kids will obtain that appetite you describe at just about the same time I learn to take less food.


@mocha, don't forget that "the test" has to include pre-trip and post-trip behavior/chores/planning. Compatibility IN the wilderness is just the half of it IMHO.


@drnatus, I love it when unexplainable things happen to drs... maybe then they'll believe the rest of us when we explain our unexplainable symptoms or results :)


@jcav, I'd SOOooooooo much rather have a poop problem in the woods than on a plane (esp with the worthless plane TP). My deepest sympathies to you and especially your fellow passengers...


Wherever there is a channel for water, there is a road for the canoe. -Thoreau
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06/22/2011 04:50PM
 
Gosh, I just assumed that everyone had melted their shoes by campfire at least once in their life. You mean that's not true??


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06/22/2011 05:35PM
 

That reminds me. Thanks (I think) jcavenagh. Here is a double blooper. Not in the BWCAW but very close. At Lake Eighteen just outside of Isabella, I decided to go shore fishing. I thought a very large cedar tree that had fallen into the lake, could serve as a pier. It worked for a couple of casts, then suddenly the bark peeled off and in the drink I went. The contents of my pockets were soaked, so I put them on the rocks surrounding the campfire while I changed clothes. When I retuned to get my things, I found scorched money and a partially melted license and credit cards. Thinking I would need warming up, my 10 year old nephew had added more fuel to the fire as I changed.

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06/22/2011 05:51PM
 
We were heading upriver with a paddle-powered canoe and a motor-powered Grumman Sportcanoe. Been lining up the rapids. Reached an easy set and decided to tow the person-powered canoe up the chute. Big mistake. It started swinging back and forth and the swings became wider and more violent. Had to cut the line. Never again.


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06/22/2011 06:45PM
 
quote Ho Ho: "At the moment the biggest blooper I can think of is taking it at face value when planning our food and the teenaged guys we took canoeing said they "didn't eat that much." Only once we were on our trip did I realize they could devour everything in the foodpack faster than army worms denude the forest.



By the way, I'm glad I've never had to use coffee filters for the above-mentioned purposes, because I don't bring them along. Do you think a French Press would work instead of TP?



And what is this thing you call menstruation?



"



lol


the worms are denuding the forest according to one of the many postings at the ep parking lot. For that reason, I allowed Hazel to burn the one she found in the fire. Our contribution to preserving the BW.


As for using your french press in such a manner for which it was not designed... the mental image is disturbing.
tremolo  
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06/22/2011 06:51PM
 
My final and most expensive blooper was leaving my phone at our last night's site. I brought it because it often gets the time and we love guessing the time and then checking the phone to see who is closest. I stored it in our clothes bag. But when we got to the lot and I tried to dig it out it was Gone gone gone. And as much as I searched, it never showed. So I got a new one. 40 bucks. So it goes.
tremolo  
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06/22/2011 06:56PM
 
quote NDCanoe: "quote tremolo: "quote NDCanoe: "TMI!
TMI!
TMI!"






What's the problem? Did you not know about menstruation:)







"




I grew up with 3 sisters and no brothers. I know plenty about "Aunt Flo". More than I want to."



And we ladies on this here site know tons about guy shit-- literally!
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06/22/2011 07:40PM
 
Well, left our gear pack at home last week!
It had all of my groups cooking gear, stoves, fuel, water filter, ropes and pulleys for hang the food pack, etc... Didn't realize it until 9:00pm while at the Flour Lake campground up the Gunflint Trail. 300 miles away.... So drove back to Grand Marais turned on the cell and thankfully the sister-in-law agreed to meet me halfway with it!


Could have been worse I guess.
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06/22/2011 08:07PM
 
quote Craig K: "Well, left our gear pack at home last week!
It had all of my groups cooking gear, stoves, fuel, water filter, ropes and pulleys for hang the food pack, etc... Didn't realize it until 9:00pm while at the Flour Lake campground up the Gunflint Trail. 300 miles away.... So drove back to Grand Marais turned on the cell and thankfully the sister-in-law agreed to meet me halfway with it!



Could have been worse I guess.
"



Your sister in law is a saint, a godsend, a treasured person!!!!!!


That is a BIG blooper!
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06/22/2011 08:08PM
 
quote Craig K: "Well, left our gear pack at home last week!
It had all of my groups cooking gear, stoves, fuel, water filter, ropes and pulleys for hang the food pack, etc... Didn't realize it until 9:00pm while at the Flour Lake campground up the Gunflint Trail. 300 miles away.... So drove back to Grand Marais turned on the cell and thankfully the sister-in-law agreed to meet me halfway with it!


Could have been worse I guess."

Oops! SIL is a saint!


Wherever there is a channel for water, there is a road for the canoe. -Thoreau
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06/22/2011 08:31PM
 
quote tremolo: "quote Craig K: "Well, left our gear pack at home last week!
It had all of my groups cooking gear, stoves, fuel, water filter, ropes and pulleys for hang the food pack, etc... Didn't realize it until 9:00pm while at the Flour Lake campground up the Gunflint Trail. 300 miles away.... So drove back to Grand Marais turned on the cell and thankfully the sister-in-law agreed to meet me halfway with it!




Could have been worse I guess.
"




Your sister in law is a saint, a godsend, a treasured person!!!!!!



That is a BIG blooper!"



Yes she is! I know she didn't get home until after 3:00am AND she had to work in the morning!


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06/22/2011 08:49PM
 
Such an educational site. I feel like I have to have a tampon story to qualify. They make great scent holders for deer hunting. Rather than pay like $3 for 4 little pieces of foam you can soak in doe estrus, we just use tampons, and they already come with a string to hang them with. You probably want to teach your son that when he so kindly removes them from the woods, that it's not a good idea to leave the estrus soaked tampon in the back window, without any sort of zip lock bag, on a warm sunny day.


Unlike some of you, I actually time my boundary waters trips AROUND my wife's monthly friend, so she doesn't have to deal with Ms. Yuk on our little adventure. For an extra $12 you can reserve two dates and cancel the one that doesn't work. It comes in handy when the weather sucks too. Although sometimes you have to pick the lessor of two evils.


I'm frequently glad I'm not a woman. Carry-on.
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06/22/2011 08:58PM
 
quote tremolo: "As for using your french press in such a manner for which it was not designed... the mental image is disturbing."


Indeed!


BTW, I agree, Craig's SIL is a saint. She saved that trip!
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06/22/2011 09:02PM
 
Back in 1997, I took my then 7-yr old son for a few days to Alton Lake, We did a day-trip loop to Beth, Grace, and Ella. Had lunch on Grace and my son gobbled down a couple of Slim Jims. After the portage from Grace to Ella, I left him to go back and get the canoe. When I returned to Ella, the little guy was sitting on a rock, sobbing, with no pants on. When he saw me, he burst out crying that he had pooped in his pants "for no reason"! When I located his pants just off the portage, it was quite the sight. His white underwear where now chocolate brown and non-recoverable. So I grabbed a long stick and deftly deposited them about 30 feet further into the woods. After drinking some water, we cleaned his pants and the little trooper made it back to Alton commando-style. He still won't eat Slim Jims in canoe country even today.





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06/22/2011 09:08PM
 
Canoed down the Mississippi from St Cloud to Clearwater one year. As we were unloading the canoe getting ready to load up into the shuttle vehicle, my paddling partner looks up and says "Oh Sh*t. My keys are still in St Cloud."


Feminine hygiene products were not involved in any way.
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06/22/2011 09:20PM
 
quote NDCanoe: "Canoed down the Mississippi from St Cloud to Clearwater one year. As we were unloading the canoe getting ready to load up into the shuttle vehicle, my paddling partner looks up and says "Oh Sh*t. My keys are still in St Cloud."



Feminine hygiene products were not involved in any way."



like!
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06/22/2011 09:21PM
 
quote analyzer: "Such an educational site. I feel like I have to have a tampon story to qualify. They make great scent holders for deer hunting. Rather than pay like $3 for 4 little pieces of foam you can soak in doe estrus, we just use tampons, and they already come with a string to hang them with. You probably want to teach your son that when he so kindly removes them from the woods, that it's not a good idea to leave the estrus soaked tampon in the back window, without any sort of zip lock bag, on a warm sunny day.



Unlike some of you, I actually time my boundary waters trips AROUND my wife's monthly friend, so she doesn't have to deal with Ms. Yuk on our little adventure. For an extra $12 you can reserve two dates and cancel the one that doesn't work. It comes in handy when the weather sucks too. Although sometimes you have to pick the lessor of two evils.



I'm frequently glad I'm not a woman. Carry-on."



Who knew?


In some cultures "Ms Yuk" is an all powerful force not to be reckoned with. Just sayin...
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06/22/2011 10:42PM
 
quote tremolo: "Things we learned on our last trip:


COffee filters can work as toilet paper


Keep tampons dry


Do not bring teva thongs (the 20 dollar variety) to use as camp shoes (despite their being very light and "smooshable")-- they are very slippery when wet. Had to duck tape them to wool socks... no pic available


Using your tarp as a foyer for tent seems like a good idea, but when the rain drains from tent into middle of foyer, you know it was a bad idea.


two bars of chocolate are not nearly enough for one week.


What are your bloopers?


"





Hahaha keep tampons dry....Swell


"I am haunted by waters"~Norman Maclean "A River Runs Through It"
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06/22/2011 10:54PM
 
quote mirth: "quote Divainthewild: "I can't really remember much for bloopers on any of our trips that we couldn't work out except for........






CANOE BENDER!!!!"





Have I seen that picture at Red Rock's site?"


Yep


You can't explain the obvious to the ignorant.
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06/23/2011 06:49AM
 
Biggest blooper was assuming we would not need sunscreen for a mid-September trip.


I always wondered why somebody didn't do something about that. Then I realized I am somebody. Lily Tomlin
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06/23/2011 08:00AM
 
Oh just remembered a big one.


We went out of Rockwood Outfitters last week. We were entering at Lizz. We stood at the Rockwood landing and talked with Mike about where we were heading across Poplar Lake. We knew exactly where to go to find the portage! So off we went...


Only halfway across the lake, having passed some islands, did we realize we had NO clue where Rockwood was on the map. We didn't know where we had come from. I knew around about where it was, but "somewhere in the middle of the shore" really wasn't that helpful. This or that side of the round peninsula? No clue. However, we made the portage just fine, from Mike's directions.


Fast forward a couple days and we're on the way back. Um, where are we headed? As luck would have it, we did it perfectly, exactly like we knew what we were doing. But it could just as easily have gone the other way. Poplar is a big lake and we should have known where our start point and end point were on the map, that's for sure.
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06/23/2011 08:07AM
 
I watched the weather for a few days before we left to Alice. Looked like it was going to be wet so I put the rain gear next to the door so I wouldn't forget it when we left. I forgot it. One day in to a six day trip it started to rain and didn't let up for the next three days. Darn near got pneumonia. I was not a very happy camper...


Watch out for that rock!!!........ Oooo.... That's going to leave a mark...
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06/23/2011 08:13AM
 
Bloopers? Yeah, every time my dad tried to get into/out of the canoe!
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06/23/2011 09:01AM
 
quote deanalika: "I will make a attempt to bring it back down to male humor...So everyone know of the campsite on Seagull that has the crapper on top of the mountain. It has to be about a 8th of a mile hike up hill to the crapper but a asome site minus that walk. Well take this story as a lesson learned, keep the crapper close. After a long trek or a trip we decided on that site it was on a point great views, just a long walk to the crapper. Well the night was cold I am guessing to the 40's so we were hunkered around the fire. I knew something was a tad off when I was farting like a buzz saw, but didn't think of it until the cramping hit. I knew I was sitting on a time bomb *pun intended* It was dark out but I didn't have time to grab a light....so I started RUNNING....well about 20 yards from the fire I took a tumble and scraped my knee up. Well my knee was the least of my worries, the fall also cut the wrong colored wire on my timed bomb. KABOOOOOOOOOMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM in my jeans down my leggs in my shoes, socks and so on. Well at that moment I was a little bummed out so I called out back to the fire for my Wife....ONLY MY WIFE, since we were with 2 other couples. She came down with a light and found me and couldn't stop laughing at me. In all honesty it was pretty funny. So that night I not only got to go swimming when it was about 40 degrees out, but I also got to do Laundry as well with my hunting soap. Thank god it was a sent killer soap. Made for some interesting jokes and talks later that night and for the rest of the trip."


lol! that's hilarious!
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06/23/2011 09:34AM
 
I still get a good ribbing for that when we are out drinking or back up north eh.....
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06/23/2011 09:57AM
 




"Hahaha keep tampons dry....Swell"



Exactly!
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06/23/2011 12:29PM
 
This is more a series of bloopers. My first trip up North was to the Quetico through Cache Bay in early June. We had a group of 7 (2 with some experience and 5 rookies). The day before we left, the leader of our group, who had the most experience, cut his thumb bad: ER visit, stitches, cut half-way through a tendon (or ligament maybe, I get them confused). He was given the OK to go by the doc. Since we had and odd number we just planned on getting 1 three-man-canoe and he could sit in the middle and not do much paddling.
First day, we get dropped off at the border and start loading up the canoes. One guy, who is rather large, sits down, pushes off, and breaks right through the seat. He improvised and used a pack as a seat for the rest of the trip.
Next, we load up the three-man canoe and push off with me in the stern. Now, it had been a few years since any of us had been in a canoe, and we weren't real steady to start with. The canoe starts rocking. All of the sudden, the guy in the middle (the one with the most experience and the stitched up thumb) goes flying into the ice cold water. The canoe rights itself and nothing else goes over. And of course, he hadn't put his PFD on yet. He disappears into the water, comes up, and yells for a PFD. From my vantage point, the water looks about 3 feet deep and I cant reach his PFD. So, I say, “Just stand up.” As he disappears again, I realize it’s an optical illusion. His next time up, I reach out my paddle, he grabs a hold of it, and we head to shore. He had to completely change clothes in the woods before we could start out.
All that before we even got into Canada. I wont go into details, but trip to the Cache Bay Ranger Station was hell, straight into the wind with some pretty large waves.
Luckily, the rest of the trip was a blast and made up for the beginning.
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06/23/2011 01:15PM
 
I'll just make a laundry list without the details, as I've written many of them up in detail around here before.


1. Falling asleep at the wheel on the north shore near beaver bay. (hit a rock wall).
2. Not stopping in Grand Marais when I heard a "rumbling" noise in the front left wheel well (the wheel laid down completely about 57 miles up the GFT).
3. Losing the canoes off Dad's trailer about 3 miles from the end of the trail. (Duct tape is man's best friend again)
4. Mom getting an abscess in her gumline 1/2 way through the trip. The trip lasted as long as the codine.
5. Pitching the tent on the beach, on the south side of Englishmans Island. (we were on an 18 day base camping trip, and it rained 16 of those. I think Sag came up 10 inches)
6. Dropping the pack for my wife, while I went fishing, and the Bear beat her to it.
7. Hooks past the barb in my fingers on 3 separate occasions now. It's especially painful, when the other hook is still in the fish.
8. Always picking the rainy week to go. For instance, 5 years ago was one of the driest springs ever up there. I think it maybe rained an inch May June and July combined. We go in on July 29th, and it rained heavy all day the first day, and the latter half of the 2nd. Last year it was nice for 3 weeks prior to our entry. The ranger couldn't remember the last time it had rained. It rained all day the first 2 days, first week of June.
9. Brule, July 4th, 1999.
10. My B.I.L's mom's car caught on fire near cloquet. We drove home and put 2 canoes on his Chevette. I haven't ridden in a vehicle with him since. Chevette's are not made for 2 canoes, 4 guys, and all their gear. And note to my B.I.L, you don't have to try to pass every vehicle on 61 and the GFT in a car that accelerates about as fast as Jim Thome.
11.Forgetting the spatula.
12.Leaving left over pizza hut in the car all week.
13.Attempting to cross sag in very heavy wind, too many times.
14.Dropping the 5 1/2 horse motor in the lake, at American Point. (we use a motor half way).
15.Leaving the fish on a stringer for the snapping turtle to eat.
16.Not dressing warm enough for a Sept Trip. (27 degrees overnight 3rd and 4th nights, according to historical data).
17.Not packing enough food for a Crooked trip.
18.Not securing the stringer to the canoe well enough,and watching dinner swim away.
19.Stopping slightly over the crest of a hill, on a gravel road, to watch a moose. (traffic coming from behind couldn't see us)
20.That tire will make it back no problem.
21.My father listening to the death of Elvis Presley, and nearly running over 2 of his kids, while we were getting into the back of the station wagon (trailer attached).
22.Being unemployed this year, and unable to continue a 26 year streak.
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06/23/2011 03:36PM
 

analyzer: Are you going to be at Richard Walton this weekend?

Edit: I won't have computer access in a few minutes but I thought I would ask. That is my neighborhood and I can see the activities from my windows. Maybe next time or perhaps you will show up at wing night.


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06/23/2011 04:12PM
 
Analyzer-- wow-- that is some list of bloopers. The car ones are scary sounding.


I hope you find a way to continue your streak.
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06/23/2011 06:12PM
 
Analyzer - every cloud has a silver lining. It sounds to me like you are much safer staying home!
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06/23/2011 11:46PM
 
@Inspector. I doubt it. We have a wedding we're going to on Saturday.


@tremelo. Thanks.


@ho ho. You know ho ho, there's probably some truth to that. Starting with my fathers trips, and lasting through several of mine, it seemed like something weird happened every year for about 15 years. Some of it was flukey, and lots of it wasn't very pleasant. I mean what are the odds that we're there for the blow down?


I forgot to mention the time my father took us to ely, and whatever Island we were on (probably somewhere on Basswood, because that's where he liked to go), was infested with mice. I remember there being a full moon, and the mice were crawling all over the tent, and you could see there shadows. Here and there an owl would swoop down and grab one. They chewed holes in our large canvas cabin tent, and were crawling all over the sleeping bags. My dad was killing them with his hands (he had gloves on), and stuffing them back in the holes they chewed. Scary for kids.


I remember the trip he had us make a fish pond, to keep some extra walleyes, and a fisher came in the middle of the night and was helping himself. It was making all kinds of splashing noises trying to catch the fish, and my dad got up to investigate. That thing was really scary in the dark. It was hissing at him whenever he shined the light on it.


My dad wasn't too bright sometimes. He'd try to get pictures of cubs, and get between them and mommma. Or get too darn close to a bull moose during the rut. He always liked to get way too close to the waterfalls too. Always made me nervous.


I think it's a blooper in general to schedule 18 day trips to the bwca. My dad always did that, and I felt sorry for my mom. Packing meals for 18 days had to be a nightmare, and doing laundry several times in a trip can't be fun either.


I guess I do have one menstruation story. My wife and I always make an effort to have canoe sex. We'll sneak off from the group and have some fun out on the lake somewhere out of sight. I guess the idea of maybe getting caught probably adds a little excitement to it. Try leaning back on the back of the canoe and letting the wife get on top without either capsizing or sinking that end of the canoe. IT's tough, but lots of fun.


One trip, we didn't have anywhere to get out of the way, so we paddled back out onto sag, and went to spam Island. It's that Island that's out in the middle of nowhere straight across from the opening to Cache bay. About half way between American Point, and the start of 1st bay. Anyway, my wife and I had sex on that Island to celebrate our Anniversary (July 17th), a few years ago. It umm, made a bloody mess as her "friend" decided to join us. To those not in the know, we have renamed it "anniversary island", but to my wife and I, it will forever be called "bloody anniversary". LOL.
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06/26/2011 01:36PM
 
When I was still in my teens, we decided to do some free climbing on the cliffs near our campsite. We were doing well and having a lot of fun when all of a sudden I heard a blood curdling scream. My buddy had fallen. I looked over and he seemed to be fine until I saw that he had fallen back on a dead tree and one of the branches had gone right through his hand. It was an arduous trip back to the car and into GM. Once he was taken care of, we had to go back and meet up with the rest of the group. It put a big damper on the trip.


"Wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity of the human spirit."
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06/26/2011 08:17PM
 
quote Scout64: "When I was still in my teens, we decided to do some free climbing on the cliffs near our campsite. We were doing well and having a lot of fun when all of a sudden I heard a blood curdling scream. My buddy had fallen. I looked over and he seemed to be fine until I saw that he had fallen back on a dead tree and one of the branches had gone right through his hand. It was an arduous trip back to the car and into GM. Once he was taken care of, we had to go back and meet up with the rest of the group. It put a big damper on the trip."


Good grief. How long did it take you to get back to your exit?
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06/26/2011 10:13PM
 
quote paddlefamily: "quote Scout64: It put a big damper on the trip."



Good grief. How long did it take you to get back to your exit?"
It took us two leisurely days to get to our camp and about 9 hours to get back to the car. Luckily, we took water, snacks and most importantly...flashlights in our day pack. It was pretty dark by the time we got back. It is amazing how fast a couple of 19 year olds can go when they do not have packs and are extremely motivated. I am glad to say my friend recovered fully. He came on the trip the next year as well. And, no, we did not free climb again.


"Wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity of the human spirit."
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06/26/2011 11:47PM
 
I don't remember the exact details (I'd have to ask my B.I.L again), but he told me story about a scouting trip they were on as teenagers. One of the scouts fell and cut his knee real bad, right down to the bone. He needed several stitches and they were a couple days in. As I recall the boy was going into shock as well. It all turned out ok in the end. They had to paddle/portage straight through the night to get him out of there.


I know lots of people do the cliff jumping thing on certain lakes, but it's a really bad place to have take a bad fall. It's bad enough when you take a hook past the barb. I can't imagine having some sort of compound fracture several portages in. That would be rough.


I'm glad to hear he's ok after putting a branch through his hand. I know how painful it is, when I just knock the back of my hand on the corner of a desk or something. That had to be very painful.
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