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Terry Tesdall

I've enjoyed listening to and reviewing the reports. I and two friends did a much shorter trip through the Wrangle-St Elias Range in the summer of 2000. Only out for 7 days, but didn't see another homo sapien for 6 of those days. And even the caribou have trouble with the tussocks (saw one gracefully trotting across the valley.... then trip and fall to its face in the tussocks ;-)

NAL

Congratulations!

You done did it, and in great style!

Looking forward to a photo or two of both of you and North America's Remotest Spot!

You definitely deserved a sleep-in - may the rivers get warmer and the bugs less aggressive - great interview on NPR - best wishes for the rest of the trip!

Cheers!

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