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    Default Alaska Traverse

    This summer I did a 1,500 mile hiking/paddling traverse of Alaska, from the Arctic Ocean, across the Brooks Range, and all the way to the Pacific tidewater.

    I've been posting my journal and photos which you might enjoy, especially if you are interested in wildlife and deep wilderness.

    Please check it out!


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    R U claiming you're not a cyber adventurer? smiley

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    I've read two days worth, and can see that I DEFINITELY want to read more when I have time.
    Thanks for posting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colter View Post
    This summer I did a 1,500 mile hiking/paddling traverse of Alaska, from the Arctic Ocean, across the Brooks Range, and all the way to the Pacific tidewater.

    I've been posting my journal and photos which you might enjoy, especially if you are interested in wildlife and deep wilderness.

    Please check it out!

    I read everything you have posted so far. I look forward to the rest of your journal.
    Shutterbug

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogwood View Post
    R U claiming you're not a cyber adventurer? smiley
    Not exclusively anyway, Dogwood. :)

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    WOW Colter, I'm seriously impressed. Well done! You're right up there with Skurka on my list of Top Bad A$$ outdoorsmen! Thanks for sharing.

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    Well done. Looking forward to reading everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by illabelle View Post
    I've read two days worth, and can see that I DEFINITELY want to read more when I have time.
    Thanks for posting!
    Thanks illabelle!

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    Since then I read your whole "Alone Across Alaska" journal. Fascinating! Every day you had more wildlife encounters than most of us see in a year. Really enjoyed reading!

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    I look forward to reading the whole thing. Thanks for sharing!

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    Colter is part Inuit. "Easy peasy" for him...as long as he's treating his water. Dont hate me. smiley. smiley. smiley You rock Colter. I like the way you design your time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shutterbug View Post
    I read everything you have posted so far. I look forward to the rest of your journal.
    Thanks Shutterbug!

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    Quote Originally Posted by colorado_rob View Post
    WOW Colter, I'm seriously impressed. Well done! You're right up there with Skurka on my list of Top Bad A$$ outdoorsmen! Thanks for sharing.
    Thanks colorado_rob! Glad you liked it.

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