Thanks for the reply. I hope your plans for the Yukon / NWT come together. The Canol Road looks like a mighty scenic adventure.
Inspired by the Vicar (and so I can take my GSD), I have put my Sputnik chair back on my 72 Guzzi, intending to take a look at the Trans Labrador highway later this summer or early fall. My current tyres are getting a bit bald (the Vicar didn't like the look of the tyres on my BMW K100 - even though I thought they still had lots of life!) and I want to replace them with something more 'dual-sporty' than the touring tyres (Bridgestone Spitfires) I have been running. Any thoughts? If you are in contact with the Vicar (Vicar - are you out there?) please pass on my query.
The tyres on your GS looked sexy, but I may be a bit limited by the somewhat archaic wheel size on the old Eldo (4x18, front and rear), but that's the kind of thing I'm looking for.
The Rupert River rapids were most impressive. I'm really glad I saw them before Hydro Quebec turns off the tap. It was sad to see what a dismal trickle now flows down the Eastmain - it was easy to see that the river channel was created by a much more formidable flow than now piddles through it - and to know that the same fate is imminent for the Rupert.
All the best