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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 ...
... Got Talent haha. When we landed -smoothly this time- we all had a conversation about last week’s landing in Kuusamo ;O)
The Aurora Borealis made one last appearance to wave us off, on the right hand side of the plane. I'm surprised we didn't tilt due to the scramble to get within view of a right hand window. Those who missed the chance to experience it while we were at Basecamp were very happy bunnies :D
... by the herdsman’s wife.
We all had a good natter, and the poor herdsman became the latest in a long line of people who were quizzed this week over the last time they remember seeing the Aurora. His answer? November. Haha. I think every time they ask someone, hopes are dashed that little bit more. It probably does not occur that these people have been seeing the Aurora since they were small children. They probably don’t even ...
... tonight on our way to bed, and stopped to talk to Tessa for a few minutes. She had her two dogs under the reception desk, and one is about to pop with puppies. So cute. It’s been a day for dogs today :O)
*The sunlight this morning was pretty spectacular, so these photographs are actually from before the dog sledding*
... over. The amount of snow gives them a mystical / ghostly quality, and is quite eerie coupled with the silence. By the time we reached the end of our adventure, Lauri had a roaring fire waiting for us all in a Tepee. We huddled around warming ourselves up around the fire, with some hot water from our flasks, and gushing about how awesome it all was. A lot of us spent the next twenty minutes or so fussing over the dogs. They might make a lot ...