Just flew in from Canada with the trip of a lifetime logged in my memory. I will have some good stories to tell. But right now I have to take care of a neglected family, and no, it does not hurt one bit. So it will take a while before I can begin to share my experience of 550 km river and the 50 km of awful bushwhack before I could inflate. Below a nice tidbit, a picture of The Gate of the Nahanni, 430 meters of perpendicular walls give a definite Lord of the Ring feeling when you pass through.
Welcome back, Jörgen. I totally can get a LOTR feeling see that teaser - looking forward to more =)ReplyDelete
(This must then have been Frodo's escape at the river - the breaking of the fellowship ;)
looking forward to reading moreReplyDelete
I just realised I might have raised some expectations. Hope I can live up to this...ReplyDelete
Welcome Back Jörgen.ReplyDelete
Indeed you really get a LOTR feeling when you see the Gate of the Nahanni. Looking forward to your trip report.
Glad to see you you're back safely Jörgen. Interested to hear how you liked using the BushBuddy on such a long trip.ReplyDelete
Welcome back, looking forward to hearing moreReplyDelete
Cool, it will be nice to read a report from someone who actually completed their trip! ;) Envious of your trip in so many ways. C'mon, spill the beans.ReplyDelete
Welcome back, looking forward to the report!ReplyDelete
Also looking forward to the report. Always wanted to do Nahanni so if anyone wants to packraft it next summer, please get in touch. CReplyDelete