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Achieving Greenland and Searching for Robert

First thing we have to do, we have to find Robert.

The men smoking outside the concrete block terminal are not Robert so I ask around inside. 462 more words


Keeping It Real

I want things to be right, or as close to right as possible in a fictitious story. I had the chance to talk about that with a journalist from The Arctic Journal. 127 more words


Going to land?

It just didn’t seem right. Our aircraft had been losing height and was now descending in a wide sweeping spiral. No reason was given for this behaviour. 1,273 more words


Tough Sledding

Our intrepid explorers spent a few days acclimitising to the weather. Rod described it as bitterly cold. He bought a beer to celebrate Jo’s birthday and it is frozen solid. 141 more words

Fishing in Iceland: In the Steps of Eirikur the Red by Mike Savage

Fishing in Iceland: In the Steps of Eirikur the Red by Mike Savage soon to be presented for sale on the terrific BookLovers of Bath… 390 more words

Books For Sale

400,000 years ago - All of Greenland Melted - No SUVs

The interglacial ~400,000 years ago was lot hotter. And there were no SUVs or coal power plants.

“A paper published … in Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology finds that the last 4 interglacials were up to 3C warmer than the current interglacial and were characterized by sea levels up to 79 feet higher than the present. 125 more words