“Along the trails, I saw the usual animals – ptarmigans, red squirrels, rabbits, and a lone wolf that was here and there. When I turned back, I saw the wolf was walking on my tracks on the portage trail.” – Will Steger, March 23, 2018 

Black Lake: 22°F  /  Baker Lake: 4°F  /  Ely, MN: 22°F


 LIVE POSITION TRACKING:

Find Will Steger on the 2018 Barren Lands Solo Expedition and follow his daily progress. Will updates his position at the end of each day while making dinner, journaling, and preparing for the next day.

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9 Responses to “Barren Lands – March 23 – Day 04”

  1. Cat Myser

    Hey Will! It’s “Crazy Cat” from our Zegrahm Antarctica cruise of 1999 Christmas & 2000 New Year and “Bobcat” from your Ely, MN “Ice Ball” working visit of 2000! Jerry told me about your current solo expedition, so I am tracking/reading/listening daily. You remain “the bomb” and a genuine inspiration! Kick some Arctic adventure bum and have a BLAST! Hope to see you at your 2019 Ely “Ice Ball”! Cat

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  2. carl

    Will says a wolf was trailing him.
    Have wolves and bears been a problem on other trips?
    How does Will deal with them?

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  3. PATRICIA HARDER

    May God Shine His Guiding Light On You And Keep You Safe as you trek to the end of your journey.

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    • Will Beaton

      Will had some technical difficulties in a storm up north. He’ll explain better himself when his next dispatch comes in. But he is doing well!

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    • Will Beaton

      Will had some technical difficulties in a storm up north. He’ll explain better himself when his next dispatch comes in. But he is doing well!

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  4. paul

    Following your journey, Will. Good luck the rest of the way. Look forward to reading your posts!

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