We wake up around 6am to raindrops coming through the mesh screen of our tent. It’s misting and we didn’t put the rainfly on last night.
We stumble out of our slumber to cover the tent and then promptly fall back to sleep. We have no interest in packing up in the rain.
We end up sleeping until 10am. 10AM! Lazybones! Wow, the easy life in the Patagonia is making us lazy.
Last night we wild camped near a river again. Our little spot is so peaceful. We contemplate the possibility of just staying the day. We have plenty of water. We’re a little short on food, but we have enough rice and ramen noodles to keep us from starving.
But what gets us on the road is we’re out of wine. Ya know what goes well with rice and ramen? A nice Chilean wine.
We’re camped near water again, though this time we’re on an inlet of the Pacific Ocean. We haven’t seen Pacific waters since northern Chile in mid November. We went for a swim and found it’s only slightly salty. We’re far from the open sea and there is a lot of fresh water flowing into this inlet.