Posted on Jun 14, 2018
MAJ Raul Rovira
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Alaska's Crow Pass, a recovery milestone. After several back accidents in the Army I managed to build up strength and endurance to do this. Thanks to Healing Hearts of Alaska and Wounded Warrior Project for the opportunity. We backpacked from Girdwood to Eagle River (26 miles).
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That looks awesome. Where is it?
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SSG (Join to see) - The backpack was a free rental form REI who also supported the event. I honestly do not remember the type of backpack. I did love it. I could pack a lot and still be comfortable.
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MAJ Raul Rovira - "Free" is always the best brand of gear!
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MAJ Raul Rovira - I've actually been in that area. Stayed at Alyeska, fished in Bird Creek and watched the bore tide come in. Beautiful area.
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SSG (Join to see) - I have not done the bore tide watching yet. On the to-do list. If you find yourself with a long layover in Alaska drop me a line.
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