Skied 21km today, assisted by a NW wind pushing us towards Greenland. We picked up 3 degrees of longitude, currently at 59W. The surface was mostly flat again and very knobby, a difficult surface to ski on and I have sore feet as a result. Also crossed many narrow leads, bridged one using the 3 sleds. Full moon at work.
622km to Canada. The one characteristic of our team that stands out above all others is laughter. Every day someone, if not all of us, is squealing with laughter over a joke, something silly said or a misfortune. We are a happy bunch, optimistic and compatible. We all find it tough at times but not a complaint from anyone. Pic of Bernice and Martin crossing a frozen lead.