I agree...I'm much too old now to even think about that. Went canoe/camping in Quetico Provincial Park in Ontario about 5 or 6 times when I was inmy 20's. You canoe...and camp! Everything you need you carry in with you, and carry out. When you reach a falls or dangerous rapids, you portage. And everything has to be taken out of the canoe and muled, on your back, around the falls or rapids, then packed up again and off you go. A boat drops you, your canoe and gear off, with a map, at a certain point and tells you, "I'll be back in 13 days at 1:00 pm" (or however long you want) and then returns you to civilization. It is really an awesome adventure for anyone who wants to truly experience nature. No houses, nor phones, no motors, cars, etc. If you don't catch fish, you don't have protein that day, so I guess it's a fishing/camping/canoeing adventure.
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Days camped: 2011: 61; 2012: 66 Days; 2013: 69;2014: 68 2015: 90 Days camped 2016: 34