We've experienced incredible adventures freezing our butts off while camping in the Arctic Tundra a few miles from the ocean, then dipping our feet in the freezing water, kayaking down the Kanuti river right below the Arctic Circle, hiking through seemingly impassable Alaskan wilderness that included scaling a couple of mountains, trying not to get stuck or sprain an ankle in the minefield of marshes floating above the permafrost, and getting scraped and slashed while taring our way through a dense forest trying to avoid bears. Thank God and eFoods Direct we had dehydrated food with us (we were advised before the hike by a park ranger to take either a bear barrel with us where we’d store all our food or to take dehydrated food so as not to attract Grizzly or Black bears which at this time of year are more aggressive at searching for food). Sleeping in our van felt like a 5 star hotel treatment after our frosty mountain camping. Pure, non-diluted Alaskan wilderness is beautiful from afar but savage up close. We are left with unforgettable memories, a few bruises, and an experience that will last a life time.