trip days left: 9
straight distance left: 83,8 km
Highlights: Dreaming to be done…
Lowlights: Playa Verde’s ugly industrial harbor
Loc: behind Arroyo Sauce
Dist: 49,3 km
Start: 6:15 End: 17:25
Another freezing night with a wet tent outside from the fog swaying over the water. Amazing to look at and to be right inside! Once more the sun came out, but it has much less power than the other months, sure. It is autumn! No paddling in shirt only, jacket on and hood and scarves tight over the head. In the tent, I wear long fleece pants and shirt inside my sleeping bag.
Paddling was easy along another section of remote wild river coast- until I saw the unexpected ugly industrial point of Playa Verde. Whatever they produce or process there-half of the factory is broken down, the rest is blowing steam out of many chimney into the air and running some gray or cooling (?) water into the river.
I paddled very fast past, along the endless harbor wall and right across the bay to a nice remote beach to camp. Getting there!
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Freya, This is incredible, you are closing in on the finish. How wonderful for you and all the people who have helped you on the way.
May the oceans that you have traveled be healthy! May they be blessed with many blessings of protection and health! Oh how wonderful the oceans are how fortunate that the oceans carried you with their grace and kept you safe from harm. How fortunate that the custodians of the coast lines housed and feed you. May they oceans become clean again.
Freya I’ve been following your incredible journey’s around Australia & now the continent of South America. I just wanted to say thankyou for the letting us share in the highs & lows of this amazing feat… your blog’s have been my inspiration every morning here in Australia. My only concern is that when you finish what will have to look forward to each day!
Thank You Again. Wes Palmer
Stay safe to the end!
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