Tapestry | Oct 11, 2013 | 53:59

Canoeing with an Octogenarian

Three canoes. Four tents. Five nights in the back country. And six women of a certain age. The group's fearless leader is Lois Wilson, former senator, ordained minister and octogenarian.

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