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Man, you are really making great time!
If I may make an observation on your route, the section from Lake Laberge to Teslin crossing is VERY swampy and quite unpleasant. I have been through there a few times, and it always sucks. Wouldn't slow you down, but the Fourty Mile section of the Yukon river below Laberge is very pleasant and fast.
Keep on keeping on man!

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Thank you for this post Andrew. I appreciated you sharing with us how the stress, and anxiety got to you and brought you to tears at times.

It reminds one of how amazing a feat this is and that if it brings such a capable adventurer to that point, that the rest of us should approach our own outdoor challanges with serious respect for the challanges such environments present.

Good luck, be safe & keep sharing your experiences!

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Incredible! Wishing you luck from Oregon!

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Man, you are really making great time!
If I may make an observation on your route, the section from Lake Laberge to Teslin crossing is VERY swampy and quite unpleasant. I have been through there a few times, and it always sucks. Wouldn't slow you down, but the Fourty Mile section of the Yukon river below Laberge is very pleasant and fast.
Keep on keeping on man!

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Wow! A month out of your comfort zone. What do you do to handle the stress?

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