on the move

We’re on the move again. January 15 (the day we fly to U.S.) seems all too close. We enjoyed Rio Gallegos. Look for a longer post and photos of penguins and other wildlife. Today, I caught a 23-inch, 3-4 kilogram sea-run brown trout; wow!

Tomorrow, we have a 12-hour bus ride to Ushuaia, the most southern city in the world. The bus goes on a ferry over the Straits of Magellan. We will be in Ushuaia for three days.

After that, we backtrack to Punta Arenas and up to Torres del Paine park. We are staying at an estancia just outside the park. We met the family when we stayed the night in Puerto Natales after our boat ride. We hope the rain has stopped and I will be able to get some photos of the renowned peaks.

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One Response to on the move

  1. Alicia says:

    Hi, Patrick and Dawn, glad to hear you have found (and even caught!) exciting fish. Your travels sound exceptional. We have been hearing about the bad storm in the seas off Chile because a man sailing out of Newport Beach, CA was on a solo sailing trip around the world and he got caught in it. His sailboat lost his mast and was disabled, and this set off a 3-day sea search for him. He was picked up yesterday in pretty good shape, but the boat was scuttled. This made me think of you. All is well here (except there has not been enough rain, the opposite problem of yours.) Love, Alicia

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