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... David met up with the Äkäslompolo Sauna & Beer Tasting Club again. The outside air temperature and the water temperature in the ice hole were supposed to be the same but I'm not sure whether that makes it any easier or not - he still made it into the ice hole a respectable three times before heading to the pub for beer tasting.
... reindeer he might just turn into one - on pancakes with smoked cheese, stuffed into steak with pepper sauce and even snacks that he initially thought were dog treats (ask him that story when you see him next).
With just under a week left in Lapland, it's time to start the return trip and begin to head south - back to Ylläs for a night or ...
... good. The runs could be considered a bit tame compared to Ylläs apart from the World Cup Run - what a surprise!! We were casually carving our way down an easy blue when we came across a bunch of people just staring ahead...and down. We stopped to see what they were looking at - the drop was so steep we could nearly have BASE jumped. It was so icy and steep, David started slipping down the slope because he couldn't even ...
... pizza and one Smoked Salmon pizza later, each the size of a dustbin lid, we were close to bursting but satisfied.
With the daylight fading, we packed our bags and loaded them into the car for the short journey to Levi, another ski resort, to visit Maria's Dad. When we arrived, the temperature had dropped to minus 19c, one degree off the coldest David had ever experienced. Will it be too cold to go snowboarding tomorrow? We'll decide that in the ...
... jar to cut the day short. Not too short though because we had to get to Timo & Jonna's for dinner. We hadn't seen them for 2 years since they were in New Zealand on their own big holiday. In true Lappish style, we took the kicksledge - it's a bit like using a skateboard, kick a wee bit on the flat and cruise on the downhill.