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Days on Road: 11 weeks
Travel by motorhome: 8,370km
Travel by car: 3,360km (for anyone checking I made a keystroke error on my last post!!)
Total KM: 11,730km
New Wildlife sighting: Moose!
We saw a moose safely eating at the side of the road, I only had time to snap this one photo but when I looked closely at it the poor thing has sores on the back of his/her legs! It was ...
... Arctic temperatures, allowing for unique marine environment. At the Tickle, the water will freeze overnight in the winter but will thaw during the day as it is so fast flowing. It is a favoured spot for Eagles that stay in the area over winter and hunt in this area in particular. Due to the depth of water in East Arm, well over 200 metres, some bottom dwelling fish and other marine life have become separated from the rest of the ...
... extremely steep with lots of large, loose rocks. The wind picked up the higher we climbed and at about 12:30 we reached the summit. It was windy and overcast, but satisfying. We walked across the top of the mountain and found a sheltered place for lunch. On the other side we had a spectacular view of 10 mile gorge. We then started the steep, gruelling decent around the side of ...
Weather: 16-24c. Windy!! After a late start we decided to drive to Trout River for the Lookout hike. It's a 5 km moderately difficult hike. Mattie joined us today and loved getting muddy. We stopped at the end for a quick lunch and then headed out for a short 1km walk to the Falls. We went back to the campground for supper. The kids rejoined their friends ...
... words is this….we saw a Moose, actually two of
them, a cow and her calf grazing in the bog, Woo hoo!!– It was fantastic to
see, because the whole trip, Deborah and I kept saying to each other – hope we
see a moose, hope we see a moose….well, we did see a real live moose. They, were
a fair bit away, from where we were, but I captured it.