Monthly Archives: April 2015

Reflections Part 1

It is an appropriate time to reflect on the expedition and Rod and Jo have furnished me with a collage of photos depicting their trip. Their last trip left no time at all to take in the beauty of Greenland … Continue reading

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Homeward Bound

I am pleased to report that our intrepid explorers were in fact collected and dropped off at Constable Point. In light of the foul weather that was on the way they have decided to return to Reykjavik and took the … Continue reading

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Final Camp

It seems as though the Callums are not the only expedition team that needs assistance. There has been a slight change in plan. The skidoos will collect them tomorrow (Tuesday) morning. Rod and Jo have sought shelter by nestling themselves … Continue reading

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Whiteout

The weather is a cruel and unforgiving mistress. She owes you nothing! We have received word that although they have successfully navigated themselves over the Hans Glacier, Rod and Jo are hunkered down in what they describe as a total … Continue reading

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Deep Snow Blues

The Callums have almost reached the top of the Hans Glacier. As at 09h03 UTC today they were positioned as follows: Lat +70.679550 Lon -022.109900 at an altitude of +2007 feet. You can view their position at http://map.iridium.com/m?lat=70.679550&lon=-022.109900 They have reported … Continue reading

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The Hans Glacier

Our intrepid explorers slogged through Sunday in what was described as thick, thigh-deep snow. Rod advised that they made 5km in 4 hours. They reached the base of the Hans Glacier (Lat: +70.670949, Lon: -022.262983, Altitude at +193 feet) and … Continue reading

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Day 1: Nok Valley

The Callums of Greenland set off from Constable Point and were dropped off at the foot of the Nok Valley. Armed with all manner of equipment they headed up the valley. Rod advised that the recent snowfall resulted in them … Continue reading

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