For those who are interested in following up with our recent water and land adventure, here are the complete set of all three albums, captioned, from Bonbon Hu, Edwin Tse and Vincent Lee, respectively.
The central “glue” is, of course, our WYK65 scouting fellowship.
Our personal defences, down; our mutual tolerance, at highest …; fun was what we were after; fun was what we HAD!- We were out there for 4 days and 3 nights, along the mid section of the Red Deer River. Started from where we left off last year (Big Valley), ended at the same site in Drumheller.- We had 5 canoes, used 3 vehicles, 5 tents, used 2 fixed campsites, and 1 wilderness site (not pre-determined).- In May 2010, water level was very shallow and clear, often we had to get off the boats to push.
This year, due to heavy rain in the spring and early summer, we had deeper, muddier and faster flowing river.- This year, we were extremely lucky to have had very good sunshine and great cooling wind; no mosquitoes while in the water; minimal to moderate numbers on land.
ALBUMS (Please click the images)
2010, May. Red Deer River Canoe Trip: Content Bridge to Big Valley to Drumheller.