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@hayoui and I have been extremely fortunate to have travelled to so many different places together. One of our favourite trips yet has been our journey down to Patagonia to assist in some climate and forestry research. It was type 2 fun at its best but something we want to do more of, include a positive purpose behind our travels.
If you want to read about the trip we put together a blog post on it, link in bio. ✌🏻
From day 1 of the Long Range Traverse: Once we had climbed to the top of the gulch the rain and fog joined us, we took shelter in our tents in hopes it wouldn't last long. A couple of hours later I woke up from a nap and literally opened up the tent door to this view. I was a little groggy and unsure if I was still dreaming..
I used to have this notion that when you camped you had to eat poorly and be uncomfortable. Whether you’re car camping or in the backcountry you can still easily bring the comforts of home with you to truly enjoy your time spent outdoors. My gear from @WoodsCanada allowed us to do just that along the Juan De Fuca trail!#WoodsExplorer #Partner
**This photo was taken before the current BC fire ban was set in place. Please be respectful of the current provincial fire restrictions, thank you.**