#mywildCanada #chat with Inreach Canada Topic Communications – Oct 8

Here are highlights from October 8th #mywildCanada Twitter chat which was hosted by Inreach Canada @InreachCanada – our topic was communications in the outdoors.  We had a huge crowd join us for this very informative session of #mywildCanada.

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photo by @westvanscouts

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photo by @ElfNDragon

We had some amazing photo submissions, as usual.

photo by @tgtrayban

photo by @tgtrayban

Oct 8

Q7 In Ottawa, Mud Lake an urban forest & wetlands that is home to hundreds of wildlife species.

photo by @tnk_canoe

photo by @tnk_canoe

Many of us that like to explore remote locations will carry emergency and communications devices like those from Inreach Canada.  Their new Explorer  has two way text messaging and allows one to stay connected via social media.

photo by @tnk_canoe

photo by @tnk_canoe

Oct 8

A7 We aren’t too ashamed to say we don’t get out of a lot… Endless lakes & trails to explore!

photo by @CanadianVoyage

photo by @CanadianVoayge

Oct 8

Don’t forget…no one ever planned an accident. Everyone play safe & Be Prepared! See you out there!”

photo by @totemblaze

photo by @totemblaze

Sharing our adventures by inReach on our Facebook helps inspire others to try their own adventures.”

photo by @tnk_canoe

photo by @tnk_canoe

A3. For me it’s about motivating others to get outdoors so social media is a way to inspire others.

photo by @taloeffler

photo by @taloeffler

Oct 8

A2 Kids know where we are going, and we use w/emergency contact info.

photo by JakeS_2011

photo by JakeS_2011

These are just the photo highlights of the chat – join us on Wednesdays at 2:30 pm and Sundays at 8:30 pm for all the first hand information.  Hear from like minded people – learn about the latest gear.  Sometimes you can even win prizes.

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