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Tribal Interactions and Arctic Research

Arctic field work connects people of different backgrounds, disciplines, and tribes. Last week I spent 3 days in Maine where I met with Arctic archeologists, anthropologists, and students of all ages. 418 more words


Post Number 1,000

This post is a milestone post.

Yesterday when I posted Trikes and Wagons I saw that it was the 999th post on this blog.

This post that I am writing now is post number 1,000! 369 more words


Ice in Greenland and Antarctica

Penguins are aquatic flightless birds that live primarily in the Southern Hemisphere, mostly in Antarctica.  There are 17 variations of the penguin ranging from the Emperor Penguin to the Galapagos Penguin to the African Penguin, etc. 637 more words

52 Must-sees of 2015, part 2

Maya Angelou wrote that “Perhaps travel cannot prevent bigotry, but by demonstrating that all peoples cry, laugh, eat, worry, and die, it can introduce the idea that if we try and understand each other, we may even become friends.” 1,492 more words


Chinese companies: Mining and housing the Arctic

Last week, I reviewed China’s past year in the Arctic. In its first full year as an Arctic Council observer, a status it won in May 2013 along with four other Arctic countries, the country carried out an Antarctic rescue, purchased a stake in an Icelandic offshore oil field, and carried out an Arctic icebreaker expedition to name just a few activities. 1,265 more words


Nepal Monsoon Flush 2014 Pearl Oolong Tea from What-Cha and Greenland Organic Farm

Today’s review will focus on the Nepal Monsoon Flush 2014 Pearl Oolong Tea from What-Cha, and sourced from the Greenland Organic Farm in Taplejung, eastern Nepal. 738 more words

Wulong Tea Reviews