The Assiniboine River is a winding and lazy river. There were short portions of it that had some current, but for the most part it simply meandered through the flat prairie landscapes that stretched wide on either side of the river. These quiet prairie rivers gave the Paddle Canada 150 crews time to reflect on the life and time - our own and those of the early voyageurs.
To me, the riverbanks were intriguing. At various places they were home to muskrats, colonies of river swallows, and mysteriously layered sediments that spoke of eons-old floods and freshets.
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