Saturday, August 29, 2009

2009 Photo Contest

Our 2009 Photo Contest is coming to a finish at the end of October. Please send your pictures to us soon. We offer free trips in three categories:

  1. Best People and Wildlife
  2. Best People and Site (Log Cabin or Cottage Outpost)
  3. Best People and Landscape

    Here are two submissions both from John Weatherburn:


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Saturday, August 22, 2009

Ehud and our Israeli Friends

We had the pleasure of hosting the families of Ehud Raanani and Alon Peled who travelled all the way from Israel to experience our Algonquin canoe trip and a few days at the log cabin. With children ages 7 to 19, both families had great energy and our guide team had a blast. Thanks Ehun and Alon and hope to see you all again!




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Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Mid Season Staff Unwind

With the busy season of summer, it is hard to find a time when many of our staff are back at base at the same time. Sunday was one such occasion and we made the most of it with drinks and dinner at the Log Cabin. Thanks to Blair and Gill for making the extra effort to be there!



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Wednesday, August 05, 2009

Red Rock Plunge

Nothing beats a summer jump off Red Rock on Surprise Lake. That's Kate Dotsikas and John Rolland taking crazy jumps!





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Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Log Cabin Sunsets



After an action packed Saturday filled with fishing and diving off red rock, we enjoyed Voyageur canoe cocktails and appetizers dockside! With the afternoon fading sun and warm summer breeze off Surprise Lake, the Log Cabin features wonderful summer sunsets and a great way to enjoy a summer mini vacation. Come by yourself on one of our 3 day adventures or bring a group and rent the cabin for a private retreat.

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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Oh Canada! Algonquin Log Cabin Special Departure

Where will you celebrate Canada Day this year? How about at the northwest corner of Algonquin Park following the Pathways of the Algonquin?

Voyageur Quest is offering a special Tuesday to Thursday departure on the popular Pathways of the Algonquin package. Join us as we celebrate our "home and native land" the Canadian way with canoeing, hiking, and wildlife interpretation. Stay in the rustic log cabin and enjoy delicious Canadian themed meals.

Spaces are limited to 12, so don't delay!

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