Each year David Curran travels alone by canoe into the Maine wilderness. He’s paddled the Seboeis, the Allagash and the Moose. Despite the foolhardiness of such an adventure, he prefers to go alone. It’s easier to plan, and going alone he’s more focused, less distracted. He goes for the challenge, battling weather, bears, black flies, mosquitoes, getting lost. He goes for the scenery, the wildness, the silence, the peace.
“The descriptions of the environment are powerful. I could smell the leaves and feel the damp air in the woods…”
— Canoeist, August 2002