Prince William and Kate Middleton enjoyed another sporty adventure, a canoe ride on Blatchford Lake in Canada's Northwest Territories yesterday. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were treated to a meal of Arctic Char and helped carry a Caribu skin into a teepee to get smoked. William and Catherine were also named honorary members of the Canadian Rangers and happily donned the bright red sweatshirts as proof. The two traveled to the area via sea plane earlier in the day, after a friendly game of street hockey with some local youth in Yellowknife. The royal newlyweds time in Canada is almost done, and they'll be traveling to the United States on Friday. Today the duke and duchess are off to Calgary, where they are also squeezing in a recently added quick stop in Alberta to meet with rescue workers who fought forest fighters in the area last month. It's been an incredibly action-packed week up north, so don't miss any of the pictures of Prince William and Kate Middleton's Canadian tour!
Kate Middleton and Prince William Are In Sync For a Canadian Canoe Ride