Temperature H: -6°C L: -26°C Weather – Clear, beautiful, sunny. Distance – 16km
Animals – Cross fox(black fox)
A busy fun blur Helicopters are the best Happy birthday Ade
Tomorrow we are back on the trail for our longest section between towns, about 100kms. With some more poor (rain) weather in the forecast we are hoping to make some good kilometers to get to a place the locals call Darby. Once there, we will find a cozy place to bunk down for the storm. I say all this, but we can only do what we can do, one step at a time. We shall see what tomorrow brings.
We have enjoyed our time immensely here in Chevery and Harrington Harbour. The people have been nothing but kind to us and have been generous enough to provide us (once again) with more food than we can handle. A big thank you to Ana Osbourne at the Netagamiou school for her kindness and for setting us up with everything we have needed and all the staff and students in Chevery, you are awesome.
Also thanks Helen and all the students, staff and community members in Harrington Harbour for your hospitality today. This trip wouldn’t have been possible without you all.
Don’t forget to check out Harrington Harbours recently published boom C is for Coast. It offers a fantastic point of view of life on the Lower North Shore, through poetry and pictures.
One last thing, to get to Harrington Harbour we got to take a helicopter! Pretty much the coolest thing ever!
Signing off Dave, Adrien and Osa