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Contact Admin. My last full day in Greenland was yet another adventure…I tend to get antsy to get home about 3 days before if I am traveling for 3 weeks or more…so I decided to plan something to look forward to on my last full day so I would have it to look forward to…I booked a small boat to take me about 45 minutes north about 26km or a little over 16 miles to a very typical Greenlandic Village called Rodebay. But there is no question that pollution is causing great damage and the fear is if nothing is done, the retreat could become irreversible.
Since the greenlanders are so dependent on this Ice, they worry a great deal about the changes the retreat is already causing with the Mammals and Marine life. Once we arrived in the lovely little village of Rodebay, Ole put me gently on the dock and then did something very unexpected…he gave me his phone number and asked me to call him when I returned to the hotel because he was quite concerned I was hiking back alone…he feared I would get lost…hahaha…someone must have warned him of my abiding lack of direction!
I am telling you there is no birthrate issue here. And certainly not for a Florida girl who considers strolling on a beach easy! I saw a little trail and then to my happiness, I saw a big Orange Circle that marked a trail…so I followed…yay there would be markers…the circle headed up a rock cliff…oh boy…another height challenge…but at least these rocks had moss growing on them to grab…and then the mosquitoes hit…and suddenly I was swarmed by them…I guess they were fully awake now from their slumber…all that buzzing got my head a bit off kilter and before I knew it, I had lost all sight of any Orange circles…Once at the top I began to hop from Boulder to boulder…Ocean on the left….
Within 15 minutes of walking I saw what made me so very happy…an Orange Dot painted on a rock! On the trail again…yay…and then another…now I could relax…I wandered on and on and on…I was about an hour behind because of my my little detour but all was good now.
The next time I got off course was a couple of hours into my little jaunt…this time, I was walking in some very thick tundra…thanking God that there were no snakes here! He seemed to be right…Once at the top…I used my zoom on my camera to check out various places that my eye thought might be a marker…and lo and behold way way across the valley on the OTHER side…across more tundra was my little orange dot…I was beginning to hate this tundra…especially since sometimes it was just a thin layer over a hole or water…so you had to be careful and not assume it was solid….