New Video: A Chronology of Freezing
Ice Remnants on Ounasjärvi Shore
According to long-term statistics from 1981-2010, permanent snow cover in the Hetta area should start during the second half of October. Snow seemed to have arrived on time, however, November brought two storms with warm weather, including rain, that washed away most of the snow. Also the lake which had already frozen, melted up again. Attached a few images from ice remnants floating near the shore, after a warm period during mid November.
Picture of the Day: Warm November Day
Picture of the Day: Last Row on Freezing Lake
Skiing Under the Midnight Sun
When I said, “Last X-Country Skiing for the Season”, I didn’t mean last skiing trip. Since the polar day started a few days ago I was eager to go for a short skiing trip under the midnight sun. Once again – and with a friend – we decided to ski up to Pyhäkero.Continue reading “Skiing Under the Midnight Sun”