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I recently purchased a 2002 Ranger 520VX which has a ton of storage compared to my formerly owned '86 17.5' ProCraft Fish n Ski. I used to just take the seats out of the Procraft to add some more floor space for rods/tackle/cooler for weekend 

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The Continental Divide Route, Part 2 by Jeff Rome

I had a window seat on The International , a boat that crosses the Canadian-U. border eight times a day during the summer months, and looked out into the grey of the water and the grey of the air. It was 10:30 but still felt dawn, though I’d already been up for five hours. I began to suspect that border control knew exactly what I was about to do, but I went through with the actions anyway, ready to be honest about my dishonesty when caught. The boat only stayed ashore for 25 minutes, and I imagined my best chance of eluding capture (I felt like a fugitive. ) was to be beyond the customs station by the time the boat left. For about 15 minutes I hurriedly hopped over logs, pushed branches out of the way, orienteered through the smoke and the brush, and came upon a trail heading up to the Goat Haunt overlook. I took the trail down to the Waterton Valley junction, ready to dive off into the bushes and hide, figuring the junctions are the most likely place to be caught. Then, for the next hour, my concern was the patrol cabin just pass the Stoney Indian Pass Junction. Fastpacking was really fast for that hour, running some ten or eleven minute miles over flat ground, hoping that by getting there faster whoever was at the patrol cabin would be less likely to expect me. I passed a group of day hikers who had... Might a casual day hiker suddenly break out the handcuffs and a taser on me. Running seemed to be the only thing to alleviate the discomfort of having just done something illegal, and every switchback found me looking down at the switchback below,... The two agents at customs were both stocky and carrying a lot of gear, but I imagined backcountry rangers to be in cahoots with border control, and likely more fit. The pressure stayed on until I left trail, just west of Fifty Mountain Camp, still paranoid but okay with getting arrested, eventually, as long as I could finish the route. The cross country section from Fifty Mountain Camp to the east end of Trapper Peak is the most nondescript section of the route, and has the lowest point on the divide (5700’) since the start at Marias Pass. After gaining the summit of West Flattop Mountain it really is flat at the top, in all directions. With the smoke still thick, I was losing visibility of the mountains behind me and hadn’t yet seen the mountains ahead, so strolled on through the smoke taking compass readings. For a short while, my world was nothing but grey air, grey burned trees and golden brown grass. I hit Brown Pass at 2:00 and, after summiting the wrong mountain, made my way over to Mt. Custer and wrapped around the south end of it on another goat trail to find the final few miles of ridgeline into Canada. The day was getting late, especially after having thrown in an extra summit, and my only concern was making it to somewhere with water for the night, which didn’t seem to be anywhere without a large cliff in the way. I summited Forum Peak shortly after 8, and followed the ridgeline down into the trees, where a border clearing paved the way for a steep and brushy trail (Forum Peak’s northern ridgeline lies on the Alberta-British Columbia border). At a low point on the ridgeline, I started following a faint trail which I presumed to be the Akamina Pass trail, but I was wrong. After a mile of bushwacking, I found myself, in the dark, ashore at Cameron Lake. I sat on the dock and filled up on water (no manmade water sources about), but had to pick my spot carefully to avoid small fish falling into the suction of water filling. I felt lazy enough that curling up in a row boat seemed tempting, but instead slept out in the open just yards away from a trail. The stars were visible, and I could hear all the sounds that don’t make it up into the alpine—owls hooting, crickets, the gentle lap of waves falling apart on sand, frogs voicing their strange existence—and felt at peace. The next morning I started walking, again, down Cameron Lake Road. It felt odd to continue hiking after I’d completed the CDR, and it took an hour and a half, with the sparse outbound traffic during the 7-9 AM hours, until a park ranger stopped for me. Maybe it was just this ranger, or maybe it’s Canada, but he...

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