Voyageur’s Garage Sale Goodies

We have been going through our equipment and cleaning out cubbies to bring our garage sale visitors the best selection of goodies to gander at. This Saturday and Sunday many of the businesses and homeowners on the Gunflint Trail are participating in the Gunflint Garage Sale event. We want to see you all of the way at the end of the Gunflint Trail so we’re offering some great items for sale.

We have life vests, packs, tents, therm-a-rest pads and canoes for sale along with other items from our store.  Items are available on a first come first served basis and will not be held. If we have canoes or other gear left that we want to sell after the weekend then we’ll let you know. We’ll be open on Saturday and Sunday from 8am-4pm so come on up for a visit.

Feature Item…

Equipment for two!  $1200- you get to keep the equipment!

Description – The Complete Outfitting Package is everything you need for your next Boundary Waters trip except for clothes, personal items, toiletries, and permit/park fees. This package is designed to equip those looking to experience a full-blown canoe trip into the BWCA. The package includes:

  • We-no-nah Spirit II Royalex Canoe ‘09
  • Two We-no-nah paddles
  • Two NRS life vests with pockets
  • Granite Gear Traditional Portage # 4 pack
  • Granite Gear Traditional Portage # 3 pack
  • Granite Gear Traditional Food pack
  • Eureka TL4 Outfitter Edition tent
  • Two sleeping bags
  • Two self-inflating Thermarests
  • Single burner camp stove (first propane tank included)
  • Bear rope
  • Utility cord
  • Ground cloth for tent
  • 12’ by 12’ weather tarp
  • Folding camp saw
  • Small shovel
  • Cook kit (pots stack inside each other, lids double as fry pans)
  • Mess kit (plates, cups, knives, forks, spoons, filet knife, pot holder)

 

 We-no-nah Seneca Kevlar Canoe ’08

$1300

Description – For three-person paddling adventures, few canoes perform like the Seneca. Whether reeling in eight-pounders or power paddling to the next lake, the Seneca’s great initial stability and efficiency turn you into a harmonious paddling team. The Seneca is a big canoe with enough freeboard to keep gear and equipment dry. Designed for family and general use, the center seat is removable if you are looking to comfortably fit two large people with a lot of gear.

 

We-no-nah Seneca Kevlar Canoe ‘13

$1500

Description – For three-person paddling adventures, few canoes perform like the Seneca. Whether reeling in eight-pounders or power paddling to the next lake, the Seneca’s great initial stability and efficiency turn you into a harmonious paddling team. The Seneca is a big canoe with enough freeboard to keep gear and equipment dry. Designed for family and general use, the center seat is removable if you are looking to comfortably fit two large people with a lot of gear.

 

We-no-nah Boundary Waters Kevlar Canoe ‘13

$1600

Description – The Boundary Waters offers a unique blend of excellent stability and easy paddling. Extra fullness throughout the middle gives this canoe extra capacity. The bow and stern height are kept low to catch less wind. Curved webbed seats keep you in the center, yet offer flexible seating.

 

We-no-nah MN II Kevlar Canoe ‘13

$1600

Description – The MN II is the most efficient, straight-tracking, tandem tripping canoe ever made. They are fast and seaworthy even when loaded with heavy gear, yet they are fun to paddle lightly loaded just for the thrill of it. This boat revolutionized both portaging and long-distance paddling and opened places like the Boundary Waters to many.

 

We-no-nah Prism Kevlar Canoe ‘12

$1100 (includes detachable portage yoke)

Description – One of the most popular solo canoes, incredibly versatile, it will take you comfortably over all kinds of waters. Blending efficiently, stability, capacity, and finesse, it is ideal for cruising with a light load, but also has the volume needed for medium-length trips.

 

 We-no-nah Kevlar Canak  ‘12

$1650 (includes detachable portage yoke and compartment sip over covers)

Description – The Canak is great for solo lake camping when the capacity and portability of a canoe is needed, and the touring ability of a kayak is desired. The one of a kind bow and stern storage compartments are spacious and more accessible than standard kayak hatches for easy loading and unloading of canoe camping sized packs. The slip over covers (included) provide a dry ride no matter the weather conditions. The floor mounted sliding seat and adjustable kayak style foot braces make this boat as comfortable as any kayak.

 

We-no-nah Spirit II Royalex Canoe ‘10

$500

Description – Royalex canoes are incredibly tough. This makes them the ideal choice for sportsman, whitewater paddlers, families and kids, or anyone in the market for a durable canoe. Roomy enough for Boundary Waters style trips, the Royalex is even more stable when fully loaded. If you could have only one canoe to serve all your needs, for the rest of your life, the Spirit II is one of few candidates.

 

We-no-nah Spirit II Royalex Canoe ‘12

$500

Description – Royalex canoes are incredibly tough. This makes them the ideal choice for sportsman, whitewater paddlers, families and kids, or anyone in the market for a durable canoe. Roomy enough for Boundary Waters style trips, the Royalex is even more stable when fully loaded. If you could have only one canoe to serve all your needs, for the rest of your life, the Spirit II is one of few candidates.

 

Alumacraft Quetico Canoe ‘91

$500

Description – The Alumacraft is your classic canoe.  It hauls heavy loads with ease while dealing with wind and waves easily. The durability of this canoe along with stability makes the Alumacraft an excellent choice.

 

Alumacraft Quetico Canoe ‘02

$500

Description – The Alumacraft is your classic canoe.  Always reliable, it hauls heavy loads with ease while dealing with wind and waves easily. The durability of this canoe along with stability makes the Alumacraft an excellent choice for paddlers.

 

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