Voyageur canoe rides prove popular

   - Gaeil Farrar photo
— image credit: Gaeil Farrar photo

The hand-crafted wooden Cariboo Dancer and Chilcotin Dancer voyageur canoes made two trips around the Scout Island area of Williams Lake Tuesday evening filled with children and adults. The free evening canoe rides hosted by members of the Williams Lake Field Naturalists were followed by a presentation by naturalist Anna Roberts about bats.

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