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Here we are again, Posio Finland, where Marja grew-up. Trusty old Banksy has got us here for the second time after 4500 slow kilometers.
We arrived on 11th July and have decided to stay longer than planned due to the fantastic weather, between 21c and 28c since we got here. The days are warm and I'm enjoying the heat on my bones as I fear it will be colder when we get to Norway. The only thing is I enjoy a sunset beer after a ...
... t get back until almost 8pm, going straight into dinner on our return. It is now after 11pm, and I need a shower and bed me thinks. I am having oodles of fun, but I'm tired today. Tomorrow, we build quinzees on the edge of the frozen lake, with the possibility of spending the night in one, which will be tiring too, but at least everything has stopped aching after the ice climbing attempt :O/
Only three days remaining. This week is whizzing by... ...
... week, so therefore have more to do with us, but kudos to them all. They all lead the activities, cook, clean up, man reception, sort out equipment, etc. etc. They even made birthday cake for one of the group! There is nothing they can’t do for you… AND they are all so nice.
A few of us were ambling through the ...
Today -February 5th- is a day of celebration in honour of Finland's National Poet, Johan Ludvig Runeberg. Runeberg's Day is typically celebrated on Runeberg's birthday with Runeberg's torte, which is said to have been the Poet's favourite breakfast treat made by his wife. It is tradition to make these cakes leading up to and on the day, and the kitchen staff had made some just for us as a treat after lunch, which was ...
... there is a little surface water on the tracks. Wet skis, equals ice on the bottom, which reduces the movement, and is extremely irritating. Once we reach a middle-ish point, we turn and follow the same narrow tracks back. Turns out, you use the grip on your pole to scrape the ice off -there is no way I was going to attempt to clear the ice and hold everyone up in the middle of a narrow track.
Knocking the challenge up a notch, Henri ...