Yeeeesh. Slow going here, kids. At least it’s pretty. Look at it. These pictures were brought to you with much losing the trail, slogging through deep wet snow, being rained on, pack frame breaking, inflatable pad deflating forever, holes generating in…
Here’s a short, sweet, lacking-in-some-ways-but-we-won’t-ever-tell-Sail-that-because-she-might-cry-or-something northbound IAT NB trail guide.
Fine, alright. Here’s what Mt. Carleton looked like the next morning:
[trail writings, recorded in my science logs sometime in November?? 2017, from a cliff in northern Virginia]
It’s nearly springtime. The larks are almost…
I know it’s smart to not be up north right now.
1. It is warm down here.
2. I get to see family.
3. Friends, huzzah! Errybody loves a good friendship.
Maybe if I wasn’t so busy reading and sleeping, and eating things, I’d edit these and pretend to be a photographer human. Alas. Here’s a few more photos from November and October:
In which we finish much science, then saunter over into good Canadia for a while, yissss
Canada is great. At first, I was expecting the igloos to be very cold; but as it turns out, the Canadians have a good thing going up here. Who knew ice houses could be so warm??