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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).

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

Balance is the key

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

Keeping our feet dry wasn't easy

Large open areas are covered by vines

Campfire and dryer at once

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