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Yukon Wild

Yukon Wild In thw summer of Beth Johnson decided she wanted to paddle the Yukon mile river which spans the continent of Alaska A year later she three other women and three canoes began a trek down

In thw summer of 1981, Beth Johnson decided she wanted to paddle the Yukon, 2,000 mile river which spans the continent of Alaska A year later she, three other women and three canoes began a trek down the fifth longest river in North America This book is the story of their year long preparations and a day by day account of their journey through the Alaskan wilderness AloIn thw summer of 1981, Beth Johnson decided she wanted to paddle the Yukon, 2,000 mile river which spans the continent of Alaska A year later she, three other women and three canoes began a trek down the fifth longest river in North America This book is the story of their year long preparations and a day by day account of their journey through the Alaskan wilderness Along with being an exciting adventure tale, it should make a terrific primer for anyone wanting to meet their next challenge in the great outdoors.

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  1. Beth Johnson says:
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  1. Stan says:
    I immediately felt a kinship with Beth Johnson when she admitted she wasn t sure whether she made lists to better plan my camping,or if I camped just so I could make lists For a first time author, Johnson has a very engaging writing style Here she chronicles a 76 day women only canoe trip down the Yukon River I liked that she spent the first 100 pages detailing the planning for the trip, including finances, food, clothing, and personnel it gave an excellent insight into the thought process for s [...]

  2. Julie says:
    I loved this book Four women they actually started off with six come up with a plan to canoe the entire Yukon Riverd they do it The book describes the preparations, both in finding an acceptable mix of women willing to take three months out of their lives for this adventure, and the mundane things like dehydrating enough food and finding the money and the equipment At first the trip seems idyllic wonderful weather, historic Canadian and Alaskan villagesbut eventually they hit rain, mud and gnat [...]

  3. Ruth says:
    Read this if you like outdoor adventures, daring women, Alaska, or paddling This book made me want to leave everything behind and take a long cross continent tour with an all women group of friends.


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