EDIT: Click this link to follow my progress! https://share.garmin.com/DaCaton Hey all, I’m a longtime lurker, and not really a big poster here, but I’m going on my first multi-day adventure. Here’s a little bit of back story on this adventure: I’m currently stationed in TN in the army and I am getting stationed back near my home in Anchorage, AK. I was supposed to leave in mid August and had all my stuff other than what would be needed for the trip shipped up there early. Then one of my soldiers directly under me tested positive for the ‘rona. This forced me to be quarantined for 14 days. Except 14 days turned into 25 days because my unit doesn’t know how to do paperwork. This caused me to miss my report date and request new amended orders to AK. I finally got these orders last Friday and hopefully will be leaving this Friday, September 18th. This is much later than I was planning on leaving, and I have been living out of a duffle bag for the past while. Anyways, as for the trip, the Army is giving me twelve days to make it to Anchorage. Canada is giving me 24hrs to go through the Yukon Territory, and I’m planning on saving as much per diem as possible by staying in a tent. Route will be the most direct route, and I will be going through ND into Canada. My bike is a 2018 Africa Twin Adventure Sports DCT. I regret getting the automatic bike, but it was such a good deal I couldn’t pass it up. I have Bumot hard luggage, outback mototek crash bars, bark buster hand guards, and a touratech seat. That’s most of the mods, asides from new mirrors, and an expanded foot stand base. For gear, I have a full Klim Carlsbad suit, TCX GTX Baja boots, klim adventure GTX short gloves and an Arai XD-4. I wasn’t planning on needing heated gear, but now I wish I had gotten some. I’ve been searching Facebook marketplace and hopefully can get a set within the few days before I move. I guess I’ll just have to layer up and hope for the best. It’s almost 4,000 miles there. Luckily I won’t have to make a return trip, otherwise I would definitely be seeing snow. That’s all I got for now. If anybody has info regarding current road conditions in the worst parts of Canada, that would be appreciated. If I have to, I’ll just get a Uhaul and drive there if it gets too bad. But that’s probably not going to happen. I’ll update later as I load up the bike and prepare.