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I was all alone, solo in the Yukon wilderness after my bush plane drop off. I had extensive wilderness travel in front of me, including a bushwhack and running rapids on this day and I felt as if I was embodying the spirit of the Yukon. My goal for the day was to make it to the Yukon’s Hess River. I was faced with danger in the rapids on the creek and danger lurking around each blind corner while running rapids. I’m glad I know how to solo rapids but soon I had to go into the woods to lug my survival gear on a 2.5km bushwhack to the find the Hess River. Leaving my canoe behind, I finally got to the Hess River where I rigged a tarp, made fire and made a bushcraft pot hanger to make a comfortable wild camp. I reflected on what motivates me during tough moments in the wilderness as I set up the bushcraft tarp. The mountain scenery was beautiful and I looked forward to many more days of wilderness travel and camping in the Yukon Wilderness. I did not look forward to portaging my canoe the next day.
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