Royal couple canoeing at Blachford Lake, Northwest Territories
Stealing some quiet time on their official visit to Canada, Prince William and his new wife, Kate Middleton went on a canoe paddle on Blachford Lake to Honeymoon Island, a remote island in the Northwest territories to enjoy the sunset and a picnic. Feasting on a traditional aboriginal menu of Caribou steaks, and bannock bread cooked on an open campfire, the Royal couple is clearly enjoying themselves.
Will and Kate are known to love the outdoor and watersports. They’ve been photographed frolicking on a powerboat, competing in a dragon boat race at Dalvay Lake……
While visiting the Northwest Territories, Will and Kate were presented the traditional Canadian Red Hoodie.
Once again, this is great advertisement for Blachford Lake, Yellowknife, the Northwest Territories, and the red Canadian Hoodie. If it is good enough for the prince and princess, then it must be great for all Canadians.Published on July 7, 2011 · Filed under: Celebrity gossips, Eco boating; Tagged as: bannock bread, canadian red hoodie kate middleton, canoeing at blachford lake, canoeing in canada, caribou steak kate middleton, honeymoon island northwest territories, kate middleton canoeing, kate middleton dalvay lake, where is yellowknife