Day 10 – Preparations and blizzards
I caught a cab back to the hostel, backed up my own bags and spend a little time working on this travel log, waiting for Espen to call me.
Espen, while not a native to the region, is one of the best and most knowledgeable dog sled drivers I have ever met and we had agreed to spend the day doing some serious terrain sledding the following day.
I talked to Laali while waiting too, arranging for a move from the hostel to the “New Gerner’s” the newly build guide housing in Ilulissat for the remained of my stay.
In general I made most of what I could with a blizzard raging outside, a smallish walk to get reacquainted with things and to get some fresh air. I completed the final planning for a photo shoot with Laali for the day after the sled ride too, before gathering all mu stuff and move from the Hotel to “New Gerner’s”.
The relocation out of the way, I had a simple dinner and a cup of chilli tea before heading straight to bed. The following day would likely be long and tough, so being well rested sounded like a good course of action.