At the Centre of the Shuswap – Cinnemousun Narrows by Jim Cooperman

Check out Jim’s latest post on his Shuswap Passion blog  here.

It was a delightful way to finish off the summer, paddling to the ‘centre’ of the Shuswap to experience the unique geographical vibes of the Cinnemousun Narrows. Normally, the Narrows is where the motorized crowd hangs out, as it is the busiest stretch of our waterways. We had thought that since this was the second week of September that most of the tourists would be gone and we could enjoy some peace and tranquility in this very special area, but at the Narrows there was still a bustling plethora of houseboats, speedboats, sea-dos and yachts.

Author: Tim Lavery

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