You are looking good Gregg. I am in Cleveland so Mom, Dad and me talk about you all the time. Loving the updates. xxxx
i think that is so cool that you guys are tracking the wolverine.I find them very interesting. i would love to hear more about them, your updates help a lot to learn more about them. Maybe in the future the wolverines wont be rare any more.
wow that must be so cold and hard to find tracks because of all the snow!
I want to know why did you get to camp so late? I also think it's cool that you get straight to camp and start setting it up instead of waiting a while to set it up.
I just wanted to say that my class is following your expedition and we are checking on all the updates. Comments from kids at Cape Horn-Skye Elementary might not have my email attached, they don't have individual accounts at school. The kids are excited everyday to check in and see what is happening. Keep warm, keep safe and keep on trekking!
Ya! You have water, a campsite and you are safe. The best thing is that you've found wolverine tracks.
So true brah
So true bro
You found water there!What's the temp?
how deep is the snow at your campsite.how does snow insulate a tent when snow is cold.
They are near water. I think their expedition is cool.
Cool that you are making good progress! Have a good journey!
have a fun jeruny and stay safe and stay warm
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