Finally in Uummannaq

Arrived in Uummannaq, the situation is worse than thought. Not much sea ice, but decreasing temperatures. If we go by boat far away, we don't know if we ever can get back. This because the ice could starts to grow very fast. But our team is thinking in solutions, instead of problems. It' s great to see a whole bunch of international crew getting mixed in finding our famous solutions. For outsiders a sort of verbal fight, between the best friends. Sunday we go with a sort of fishing boat of steel to the North and grave it into the sea ice. We bring hunters, dogs, and sledges and leave them behind. With a small group we go back for a day. As the rest of our team arrives we go back to the Sermigdlig Kangerlua on Tuesday and join the hunters deep into the fjord. We bring food and the sculptures with us, and stay till the weekend. A couple of days we don' t have any communication, but we arranged that a boat, and if he doesn't succeed a helicoper will get us from the ice. This is plan A, maybe it will change, as nature does too.


Anonymous inereijnen said...

Hi Ap,

good luck, hope you succeed!! Or, when you read this, have succeeded placing the sculptures.
Upload a lot of pictures, that what we love here in the warm sunny south.


March 17, 2010 at 11:23 AM  
Anonymous Galya Morrell said...

Ap, congratulations,


It was great!
Thank you for Cool Emotion!


March 19, 2010 at 5:50 PM  

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