July 28, 2014
We are now in Nain, the last town on our journey through North Labrador and thus our last internet access for awhile. From here, we will continue north to the Torngat National Park where we hope to spend a few days hiking with local guides. Then we will make the crossing to Greenland. You can keep track of us here.
Here are a few more photos from North Labrador!
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#2 by Dave McClenon on July 31, 2014 - 7:31 pm
Thanks for sharing.
#3 by Carol Trautschold on July 29, 2014 - 11:27 am
Dear Kathy and Bradley,
I have followed all your adventures with great interest. Thanks for keeping me informed.
We just returned from Colorado and Santa Fe. The peaks around Breckenridge (9600’) were all laden with snow when we arrived on June 25th. Much of it was still left on July 20th, when we departed. It was unusually cold and snowy last winter. This can only be a good thing for the thirsty West. Many of the rivers were too dangerous for rafting.
In Santa Fe, we went to a most unusual National Monument for a hike. It is called Tent Rocks. They are the most unusual rock formations I have ever seen, even comparing them to Bryce, Zion, Capitol Reef, and Canyonlands.
I have recently finished a book entitled Earth by Richard Fortey. You may find it interesting as he discusses the geological relationship between the Canadian Maritimes and Scotland.
#4 by Gordon Priestley on July 28, 2014 - 1:27 pm
I think you making a fantastic journey as a Captain who works at sea all year you have my admiration…enjoy yourselves and safe sailing.
#5 by Pam Valente and Lenny Beck on July 28, 2014 - 11:21 am
Loving the photos of these remote, northern places. Keep them coming.
#6 by Jeff Marcon on July 28, 2014 - 8:28 am
Thanks for the journey…. saw this on Digg and though of you guys… http://digg.com/video/amazing-iceberg-collapse-caught-on-camera
#7 by Caroleerx@aol.com on July 28, 2014 - 8:26 am
You have spoiled me (and others) with your wonderful logs. Standing in the shower, I was glum, thinking it would be a long while before hearing from you again and VOILA! at 6:30 AM here you are again, with a ray of sunshine.