Overcast days are good days for taking iceberg photos. That’s the kind of thing I thought about when greeting each day in Greenland.
Snacks are important too, and if you’re going to snack, then snack with a view! Really, it’s a thing. 😉
Heading into fog, with BBBs (a.k.a. Bloody Big Bergs) was always exciting. And the other people around… Wait. What people? Maybe a distant outboard motor, or the blow of a whale, but that’s about it. Fabulous!
Back on land, though, and the foxes often stop by for a chat. Slinking into the tent to see if we’re awake.
Before wandering off again! The photos are fuzzy because of the mosquito nets. The bugs were bigger than the foxes!
But when a fox does visit, it’s only polite to go out and greet them.
And, in a rather subtle segue… from one four-legged animal to another. 😉 If you fancy spending even more time in Greenland, you might want to check out my Christmas in July summer calendar. The first chapter of A Dog called Blitzen is live tomorrow and subscribers can read it by signing up on my patreon page. A new chapter/episode will be delivered to your email every day in July (2023), or you can log on to Patreon and read A Dog called Blitzen there, including access to a tonne more stories, too.
The story is a typical (for me) Advent calendar with an episode of about 1,000 words each day. The basic premise of this summer advent calendar is about Petra searching for a missing police narcotics dog and enlisting the help of a certain dog expert many readers will know to help her.
Will Petra find Blitzen by the end of July?
Ah, that would be telling! No spoilers here. But I will tag a little teaser about the story onto each blog post in July. You have been warned. 😉