Voyageur By Jacob Brewster hr 2
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John's mom asks," Where are you going?" John answered,"After dad died I need to be a voyageur to make money for the family." His mom nods and waves good bye.
As John signed his papers and was ready to go, his canoe pulled up and he was off. After a day they found a place to rest (St.Annes) Then started again. John's fingers started to blister.
After we left we bumped into some harsh waters. Even though the water is rough we kept going. Down we went water splashed every where I lost my paddle do to dropping it. After that I kept a tight grip even with my blisters.
Once we got to Lake Superior we had to decide whether to go across or stay by the shore line. The steersman said,"We should stay by the shore line so we don't tip the boat." Most of the men agreed so we stayed by the shore line.
Once we saw Grand Portage we all got very excited but once we looked at the water coming into the boat that all faded. We started trying to patch the whole with our shirts which worked. When we got there I met a girl named Kennewah. We talked and then danced. Then I went to bed.
After our rendezvous we decided to go back to Lachine Because a lot of the crew man missed their families. So we set off saying good by to the Ojibwe People especially the girls. We packed and went. -Jacob Brewster hr 2
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