Yeah, airplane camping...
Just got back from a week+ of bombing around the boonies in N. BC & the Yukon. What a hoot, especially for me, the first time away from home for a long trip. VERY expensive gas, when you can find it, but the folks everywhere took great care of us. All the gas I burned, divided by the GPS flight time came out to 5.3 (Canuck) gals/hr. That's a bit over 6 US gals. I'm a happy camper! Most expensive was over $12/gal, but again that's the bigger gallon tho. GULP!! $2.75 +tax/liter.
Didn't see much game tho, but a cow moose w/calf chased my partner out'a his fishin' hole. We stopped at a lake called Trout lake, and caught grayling, lake trout & pike but no trout.
Found some terrific camp spots & only got pinned down by wind for 1 day. Almost no rain & had skeeters in some spots, but none in others. Lots of varied terrain to gawk at & recommended spots to look for. We had a great time.
I got home on Wed, and then on Thurs. had to go to 108 Mile House (that'sa town) to do the BC Floatplane AGM & weekend. Had enough flying for awhile but am already wondering what I'll do next.
Nimpo Lake Logan... boonie SuperCubber