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Back Roads Bill

BACK ROADS BILL: Three holes and a big goose

BACK ROADS BILL: Three holes and a big goose

This week, Bill takes us to some different-sized holes in the Canadian Shield near Wawa
BACK ROADS BILL: In conversation with politician, comedian Jón Gnarr

BACK ROADS BILL: In conversation with politician, comedian Jón Gnarr

This week Back Roads Bill relates a story of visiting Iceland a few years back and wrangling an interview with someone pretty famous at the time
BACK ROADS BILL: All about the longest canoe trip

BACK ROADS BILL: All about the longest canoe trip

This week Bill tells us the inspiring story about the Guinness Book of World Records longest canoe trip, Paddle to the Amazon
BACK ROADS BILL: Waterfall-watching season is here

BACK ROADS BILL: Waterfall-watching season is here

This week Bill takes us on a little trip to an array of cataracts including one some Canadians might be surprised to know they've seen before
BACK ROADS BILL: A mine with an interesting difference

BACK ROADS BILL: A mine with an interesting difference

This week Bill takes us inside of mining adit that has significance
BACK ROADS BILL: How Bill got his start

BACK ROADS BILL: How Bill got his start

This week Bill interviews his mentor – the inspiration behind his back roads persona
BACK ROADS BILL: Cobalt artists and the environment

BACK ROADS BILL: Cobalt artists and the environment

This week Bill looks at environmental impact through the eyes of past artists
BACK ROADS BILL: Natural geobatteries explained

BACK ROADS BILL: Natural geobatteries explained

This week Bill leads us to some circles and rings on the northern Ontario landscape which underlines the importance of science
BACK ROADS BILL: Solitude – remoteness and reasons why

BACK ROADS BILL: Solitude – remoteness and reasons why

This week Bill has started thinking about an early spring and where to go next
Back Roads Bill: Labyrinth revisited in winter wonderland

Back Roads Bill: Labyrinth revisited in winter wonderland

This week Bill leads us through a different winter experience and one he created through a process with others