Probably because no one has ever been there. Lol. Although my brother went there once, said it cost him $45 for lunch. That was basically his trip report. Would be interesting to go there one day to check it out myself for sure.
I've tried twice to read your trip report, once yesterday and again just now, but the page won't open.
Fabulous report! Love your photos ... amazing to see the diversity of plants and colour. What a great adventure you had!
Krp me too. This is my 4th time trying to load on either mobile or desktop
Worked for me yesterday and again today. Try a different browser maybe.
Still can't open trip report. I tried chrome and IE still no joy.
Hm, that is so odd that some of you can't see the website. I'd understand if it was all of you, but this ;)
You can see just the photos on Flicker: https:/…72157675481909215
That way you don't get my profound commentary, but oh well.
I still wasn't able to look at your trip report. But I did check out your photos. I love the northern lights pics.
Loved your trip report and especially your pictures. I have been on two occasions to build houses for Habitat for Humanity. I loved it and as you pointed out would not live there. On one of the builds we were there for the summer solstice, 24 hours of light, really funny feeling to get up in the middle of the night and it's still light.
On June the 21st of that trip we did a 24 hour build and even the Federal Government Minister of Health (from there) joined us. We were so well treated and welcomed by the Inuits. I do plan on going back.
Thanks for the memories.
thank you for your trip report. I'm just starting to research for next summer. this helps a lot.