The Family That Canoes Together, Time Travels Together

By Greg Seitz
Canoe and Kayak

Portage (Sue Leaf)When we are children, we have a flexible understanding of time. Right now is all that matters. We are slowly and painfully taught the type measured by a clock.

Adults eventually forget that first expansive era. Time seems not only limited, but also speeds up.

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