It's a great feeling to be out on sea ice or up in the mountains but they are dangerous places where the weather and surface conditions can turn nasty, very quickly. Some days we are forced to stay at home. This March, 13 days’ wind speeds were in excess of 100 mph.
In my experience it's always best to plan for the worst.
|Alternating lead dogs in the wilderness, a long way from home.|
My ACR PLB frees me for adventure with my dogs.
Only in the worst-case scenario will I flip the switch on my ACR PLB. Many years ago I did have to flip the switch, and survived. Thank goodness for ACR.
For more about Gary and his dogs, go to www.garyrolfe.com