I'm sorry dad! It's all my fault! I'll go get the doctor!
Pierre it's not your fault. I will be ok.
My father cut his thumb with an ax doing my job. Now I have to run to the doctors house and bring the doctor back. But now my dad won't be able to be a voyageur, should I be a voyageur for him?
I have just left the the St.Anne's church. My dad should be on this boat right now, this was all my fault. Will I regret this? I should be at home watching my dad leave, not him watching me leave. I will do this, my feet hurt my blisters are bleeding, I will be a voyageur. But so far the people I am traveling with are good.
I've just woken up, and I'm already walking to the river. My head is pounding and my shoulders hurt from this heavy bag. My hands are cutting from this rope, but I just need to go a little farther. I have fallen behind and I need to catch up to the voyageurs. My bag feels more heavy than it should be. Hopefully they will wait for me.
Yes, it was fun!
How was the trip Pierre? Welcome back!
Lake Superior is not easy, since La Londe is gone I feel alone. I am scared my canoe is gonna tip over or fall over on a rock, I just don't feel that safe. Now we are starting to go down the middle of the lake. It's bitter cold and gails of rain are falling, the icy waters and all of the waves splashing into the boat. Is the canoe gonna make it?
We have finally made it to Grand Portage! We all have wretched blisters, strained muscles, and broken limbs, but we made it. When we got to Grand Portage everyone gathered to celebrate! There was so much food to eat there, I couldn't believe my eyes! We all were dancing, feasting, gambling, drinking and fighting. It felt good to be back.
I am finally back in my hometown! Being a voyageur was not easy. There was many hard, and sad times, and I could of died. I am probably going to do this next year to. But it feels good to be back and see Celeste.