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popondetta 1
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oro bay 1
oro bay 2

lae

silanga 1
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rabaul 1
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rabaul 3

new ireland

dalom 1
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nusa 1
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The Kokoda Track
Page 5


River crossings always present a challenge. It might be just one big wet slippery log. Or a structure of lots of small logs bound together with bark. Or just two or three small shaky logs. Or no logs at all (=the wet feet option).

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Which of those will provide sufficient support for you to step on?

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Balance is the key

Just note how the combined weight of Martin and his backpack pushes the 'bridge' into the cold water.

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Keeping our feet dry wasn't easy

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Large open areas are covered by vines

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Campfire and dryer at once



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