Up the Mackenzie River with just a raft

The current on the majestic Mackenzie River flows north at a dangerously fast pace. The chilling winds from the Arctic Ocean breathe south, hitting the turbulent waters sharply and forming large waves. It is midnight and the piercing rain has yet to show signs of slowing down, well after the 15 hour mark.

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