Davvi Arctic Lodge
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... visit were the hot drinking chocolate and a rampant vole that scurried about timorously.
Finally, 50 minutes back to base and a snooze to avoid the tacky Country and Western music the "Operations Manager" played for our enjoyment (?). It was supposed to be Quiz Night after supper, so we treated ourselves to the pork stew and (s)mash or the ubiquitous tuna with purported salad. We waited patiently for the quiz to start - sadly (happily) it never ...
... into the deep stuff. Regular pitstops allowed the group to re-assemble and as our rep admitted, we had to pioneer a new route through the fir trees regardless of snow depth and obstacles. It was good fun and good exercise, and quite tiring as we later discovered.
Since the day had been very cold and very bright, the prospects for more NLs (Northern Lights) were good. We opted for an early supper to make sure we were ready for the call of "The Lights are out". Four of the ...
... clearing, beautifully blue skies from the north and the genuine prospect of more glimpses of the Northern Lights. An afternoon interlude of knitting/sewing for the ladies and Cribbage for the men - we know how to have fun!
Supper was remarkable for its second consecutive day of "real" meat, in the shape of chicken legs. Very tasty too and much better than the veggy lasagne. We were due to set off for the snowmobiling at 7. Feverish activity broke out again, however, as ...
... the sum total of her puny weight on the brake was no match for the power and enthusiasm of the huskies. After a dragging interlude a skidoo intercepted the dramatic bunch and the Keystone Cops interlude came to an end. G trudged back along the trail while S heaved and rocked with laughter at the incident.
After a brief half-way turn around pit stop, it was back along the trail for another exhilarating ride home. B and H were bringing up the rear ...
... Not much there!', and what there was had a ludicrously high price tag as bait for gullible tourists. Onwards for the obligatory shoot of the "northest" (!) church in Sweden perched on a small hill overlooking the lake and the bridge. It had a strangely American look, but it was nice and toasty inside. Back out and along the E45, a major European highway, not a soothing cream, and a pleasant stroll into the Swedish village complete with school, library and ...