Day #17- Kallands – 57 mi

During the day, Imre stopped in the village named Tanana. He spent about 3 hours there but apparently he wasn’t able to call home. The Tanana River is Alaska’s second largest river. From here on, the Yukon is huge, one mile wide on average. The Book suggest that small boats keep to the shore as even a little breeze can stir up 5-6 foot waves.

0707-DSCN0062 If you have read at least a few posts on this blog you know that whenever he can, Imre spends the night on an island. The main reason is bear safety.
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1 Response to Day #17- Kallands – 57 mi

  1. blindjudo says:

    Wonder what other creatures are living on or have access to the island? Be safe and continue to enjoy the people, scenery and journey.

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