Dave: "We work hard to maintain our relationship because there is a lot more than a successful "expedition" at stake. We have our whole life together to think about."
Image by Bryan Hansel, SOURCE
"I remember waking up in the middle of the night and peeking out of the tent. It was amazing to see stars for the first time in months." Image: next stage, The Great Lakes.
“We were sitting around the campfire […]. Moments later, the sky erupted with the most vivid display of northern lights I had ever seen. It was the perfect farewell to our time in the wilderness; something to sustain us until we'd begin paddling again in the spring.”
ExWeb interview with Dave Freeman: husband-and-wife team on 11,700 mile journey
Posted: Apr 25, 2012 06:55 am EDT
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(Correne Coetzer) Dave Freeman and his wife Amy are in the middle of a 3-year, 11,700 mile journey across North America by canoe, kayak and dogsled. They started on April 22, 2010 in Bellingham, Washington and will finish in April, 2013 in Key West Florida. The couple has currently made it as far as Grand Portage, Minnesota, from where they will continue their next kayak stage on May 7 across Lake Superior. Dave talks to ExWeb about being a husband-and-wife team out there doing adventures, the mission of this journey,...
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