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16 countries explored including: Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Spain, Portugal, France, Germany, Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Austria, Italy, Canada and the USA
50,000 kms travelled by air
23,000 kms driven in two motor homes
5000 kms by train, bus, boat, and moped
2700 kms travelled by bike
13.7 kms - up and down.....One roof shingled
You think you'll have time ...
... my hand. “Julie, you get my pack,” I say as I sit back down, “and I’ll go get the parking ticket so I can pay before there’s a line.” She nods assent. It was already The Plan. I make my way to the front of the exit line, carefully protecting the bug between my cupped hands as I step onto the dock and then walk toward the parking lot.
Between the upper and lower lots are some bushes. I put my hand down to a leaf, ...
Hike Stats: Wandering around Windigo, close to 5 miles for me and Julie, more like 12 for Zan
Zan gets up at dawn and takes a day hike to Hugginin Cove, around nine miles round trip. I would love to accompany her because the trail is amazing, with moss-covered boulders and tiny ferns that make you think you're in a Lord of the Rings movie, but I’m still recovering from my foot-whupping by the Minong.
... 8217;t be fair. I could have seen them too, if I’d hobbled along with her. That’s assuming that my groaning and cursing wouldn’t have scared the moose away.
“I was walking on the Nature Trail,” –that’s an easy loop in the woods behind the ranger station—“and around marker 9 I saw some fresh moose prints in the mud. So I went stealth, and then I saw a moose just standing in the trail. She stared at me, and I stared at her for ...
... rapid succession: Obstacle 2: flooded trail. Obstacle 3: flooded trail. Obstacle 4: flooded trail.
The TM definitely has more variety of obstacles than the Minong.
We spend a lot of time figuring out how to get around these obstacles without getting our feet wet. We use skills like balancing on uneven surfaces, leaping from slippery rocks to slippery logs, and clambering over large downed trees. Forty five minutes later, we reach a beaver pond, and I get really ...