I Wonder If The 32 MPH Wind Is Affecting The Rowers?

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10 Responses to I Wonder If The 32 MPH Wind Is Affecting The Rowers?

  1. Mike D says:

    Hey, 73 degrees though on land. Since their position hasn’t been updated in a day, they’re probably getting tans. Every time the wind might blow them into deep water they get freaked.

    Coming out of Paulatuk, though it isn’t a big bay, they write:

    “This direct route to the far shore is shorter in distance than one more closely following the coastline but this direct route also exposes us to more risks. Travelling further out in the bay means water depths too deep for our ground anchor. If a wind starts pushing us where we don’t want to go we’ll be limited to our sea anchor to slow us down.”

    “We make the difficult decision to head closer to shore, to take the longer coastal route in shallower water, so we can better control our movement. Our decision proves to be a good one as the next 24 hours has us deploying our ground anchor twice, both times to halt the aggressive push of a 20KN south easterly that would have blown us right out into the middle of Darnley Bay.”

  2. Anto says:

    There’s another massive Arctic cyclone brewing, so I don’t think the winds will ease anytime soon.

  3. Traitor In Chief says:

    The reading says it is for Keats point, and I notice the elevation is near 1100 ft. So, possibly the wind is lighter on the water. But I also saw that Ryan Maui noted cyclone activity brewing…. wouldn’t wanna be there myself.

  4. Anto says:

    They’re on the move again!

  5. intrepid_wanders says:

    Pop quiz!!! Can anyone see anything horribly wrong here?

    I wonder if he is the navigator…

    • Sleepalot says:

      The green tent that’s hard to see from a plane when pitched? THE LOADED SHOTGUN AIMED AT THE SLEEPING PERSON’S HEAD? The white boat that’s hard to see from a plane when amongst iceburgs ? The blue jackets that are hard to see from a plane if the wearer’s in the water?

    • slimething says:

      What looks to be a gun is pointed toward his head.

  6. I’m sort of glad now I cancelled my North West Passage kayaking adventure at the last minute.

  7. wizzum says:

    So they turn the GPS off for 24 hours and move 5 KM in a 30 MPH cross wind. What did they do let the boat out on the anchor rope and walk along the shore?

  8. shazaam says:

    The Arctic wading team laughs at wind!! They spit into it whilst dragging their boat through the northwest passage!! Wind is no obstacle to the Arctic wading team!!!

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