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Unlostify - Jeffrey McMurtrie is back!

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It’s no April Fools joke. Jeff is making paddling maps again! Forming a new company - “Unlostify”, with a dedicated business partner, Jeff has released a bunch of new maps online! Physical maps will be made available very soon and with many new features, some that will surprise you!
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outheretravel.ca - Roadtrip Adventure Bus

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Checking out this web site I was amazed at the idea and wondered why someone hadn’t thought of it sooner. I always thought that seeing Canada should be a school course with credits. What a fantastic country we live in and I think a great way to see a good portion of it is via an affordable road-trip. outheretravel.ca is the web site to visit if you want to explore some of Canada on a tight budget. Read More...
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A View Down-Under: Bathymetric Maps of Algonquin Provincial Park - Volume 1 The Chars: Brook Trout, Lake Trout and Splake



Back 2011, A fellow by the name of Stephen Molson, a regular contributor for many years previously on the algonquinadventures.com forum, published a fishing map book for purchase. This is a review of that book.

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Algonquin Park Highway 60 Corridor Map




Jeff Clark of Clark Geomatics has recently released a 1:75,000 scale Algonquin Park map entitled,
"Algonquin Park - Highway 60 corridor, ON - Recreation & Backcountry Map".

With the official canoe routes map lacking any significant update for decades now, it is refreshing to see a new, highly detailed recreation map available as an alternative to the park's official source map. The Clark Geomatics map pays extra attention to the many attractions and services located along the highway#60 corridor that meanders its way through the southern section of The Park.
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