Ruining Wild Places.


On day 3 of an Algonquin Park canoe trip, we come across something that is all to common in these wild places.

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this is not a little bit of a gripe here I don't really understand what the people's problems are we're in the middle of algonquin park and you see that trash left in a fire pit for no reason at all it's it doesn't make sense to me so there's nutrigrain wrappers in there is lip lock baggies candy wrappers and stuff so you can bring these things in when they're full when they weigh more but when you leave you just leave them in the fire pit like it's okay like it's a garbage bag like it's it doesn't make sense so this is my garbage from like three days Ziploc bags and wrappers and stuff mind you I do burn my garbage as well I don't see a problem in that but leaving it here for animals to come in a tract or to ruin I understand we're not in the wilderness this isn't like pristine natural areas that people haven't been to this is a parka Provincial Park people come and camp here but why ruin for other people why ruin the the majestic nests the nature you know what I mean so now I'm stuck here picking out other people's trash to put it with mine and packing it out smarten up people smart enough

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Joe is a very talented bushcrafter. He has a "straight" approach to bushcraft life-style. His videos reach a very high quality, both for the shootings and for the content. He took part on the History Channel show "Alone"

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