Nahanni Day 18 – Lindberg Homestead
We woke up to a miserable morning with drizzle, mist and bloody cold. Had breakfast burritos and got in the canoes pronto. Most of the current is lost in the splits so we had lost that major advantage – the current was only doing 0.5-1 kph so a 30 km day seemed like a lot of padding. We got to it, and yes it was a long paddle. But the skies cleared and the water stilled and we could see forever. The reflection of the clouds on the water made you feel that you were flying. We happened upon a water bison huge and imposing on the shore and frankly not the least bit interested in us or what we were up to.
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Nahanni- Day 2 Glacier Lake
Got up early this morning (time change and so much sunshine). Dale, Dave and I went to the Wildcat Café, our trip advisor saying it opens at 7am, but it was closed. We walked for an hour all the way back to another java stop which was brilliant. It was open as it is on the ground floor of one of the big diamond companies.
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