It been a long wait for the Torngat Mtns. This is great. Lots of effort and photos of a remote mountain range! Where are the polar bears?
The polar bears really stay in the valleys and follow the ice when it melts heading further north (not sure whether this que. was in jest). Thanks a lot for the vote, I agree that the Torngats certainly needed some representation here. I'll be adding one more mountain from the Torngats in the upcoming weeks.
Another excellent read. I remember those bugs while working (16) hour days in the bush in Alaska. They can certainly get old.
Yep... your preparedness for and willingness to accept what comes with the insects can make or break a trip in the north... thanks a lot for the vote and comments. Cheers
Thanks a lot.
Another great page Tim. Thanks for writing about this beautiful place.
Thanks greatly for your vote and your comments. Cheers -Tim-
Thanks alot for the vote!
Another good one. If ever I'll get in the vicinity, I hope to visit the range. But there are so many other places to go as well......
This never seems to end... thanks again Gangolf.
Good entry with your usual high standard of quality. Especially nice ID picture.
Good info on the bugs! Gloriously beautiful place and striking mountain. I like the aireal shot.
Thanks for the vote. I appreciate it.
Missed voting on this one.
I used to see this peak on the maps and wonder what it tooked like. Nice to be able to see it.
Very nice. Cheers William