Journal Spotlight: Kayaking Around the Eye of Quebec


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The Eye of Quebec is probably one of the first things your eye will be drawn to when looking at a topographical map of Quebec. It is the site of a meteor impact created around 214 million years ago, and filled with water when the Barrage Daniel-Johnson (Daniel-Johnson Dam) created the Manicouagan Reservoir - a really cool looking circular lake.

One of our active members, @cookster (and three other friends), will soon be embarking on a two-week trip to circumnavigate the reservoir via kayak. I can't wait to see how this goes! I have often wondered what that area was like, now we soon all be able to see first-hand. Check out his Eye of Quebec - Manicouagan Reservoir - Kayak expedition journal to follow the adventure.

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cookster's avatar

Thnaks for the spotlight :-) Less than 4 weeks before departure!!

  • posted Thu Jul 18, 2019 @ 06:27

hammerhead's avatar

I find this fascinating and would like to follow

  • posted Thu Jul 18, 2019 @ 07:43

toesalad's avatar

@cookster My pleasure! Looking forward to following!

  • posted Thu Jul 18, 2019 @ 09:14

toesalad's avatar

@hammerhead Make sure you go to the journal page and click on the "Follow" button so that you are kept up-to-date!

  • posted Thu Jul 18, 2019 @ 09:21

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