In Defense of Arthur Moffatt (Unabridged Version)

By Allan Jacobs Introduction In 1955, Arthur Moffatt led a canoe trip on the Dubawnt River in the barrenlands of northern Canada. He died of hypothermia when his canoe capsized in a rapid. Lanouette (his bow person) almost died, Grinnell also lost consciousness, and LeFavour and Pessl were virtually helpless for a while; only Franck … Continue reading In Defense of Arthur Moffatt (Unabridged Version)