Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Winter Expedition

It's a blistering minus 20 degrees as we ventured onto the frozen tundra of Northern Ontario, Canada. I'm with two of my closest friends: College roommate Steve and childhood buddy Yean--and together, we've decided to test our man-hood...or in my case, luck.

We've talked about this trip for years, but due to a hectic work and travel schedule, this trip was postponed year after year--until now. Here's a few snapshots from our trip.

Yours truly trekking through the snow covered canopy of Algonquin Provincial Park.

College buddy Steve trekking through the woods.

Buddy Yean chopping up some fire wood.

Yours truly punching a hole through the ice to fetch water. (Sexy hat courtesy of my good friend Dan).


Deboshree said...

*Breathes a sigh of relief*

Crazy man that you are, I'm glad you are back safe.
It seems like you guys had a BLAST! hehe..glad your luck came out the winner.

P.S- You look extremely cute in the first picture ^_^

Love and hugs

Vera said...

Looks like you had a lovely chunk of fun-time. Good for you! Helped you to let go, which all of us need from time to time.

Wander to the Wayside said...

Awesome landscape! And what better way to communicate with nature, reconnect with friends, and test your manhood than FREEZING YOUR ASS OFF!

Dan said...

What a MAGNIFICENT hat! The scenery is nice, but OHHHH that hat! Shweeet!

Mary@Holy Mackerel said...

We go camping in Algonquin Park every summer, and I used to camp there as a child as well. LOVE it there.

Not sure I'd camp there in the winter though! But it is beautiful. And cold.

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