“I laid down in the canoe and put a jacket over my head to protect myself from the wind and get some rest. Suddenly, I got up and there were caribou all around me. It was unbelievable. I think I freaked them out… But then I think they accepted me.” – Will Steger, April 22, 2018. Earth Day. Jarvis Lake, NWT. 

Black Lake: 21°F / Baker Lake: -3°F / Ely, MN: 42°F


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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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2 Responses to “Barren Lands – April 22 – Day 34”

  1. Rebekah Johnson

    I enjoyed today’s broadcast very much. It must have been a thrill to be in the middle of a caribou herd. Thanks for the dispatch.

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  2. Coreen

    Where’s the caribou
    Will you upload pictures
    Glad you’re posting
    Very beautiful land, where our ancestors came from
    Black Lake, Saskatchewan
    🤛🏼 Safe travels

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