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aksarnerk | aurora borealis

Either God was up late painting, or there’s an alien invasion on it’s way, but they can’t decide where to land. 

Tonight I got to see the Northern lights for the first time. 334 more words

Thoughts

Prime Minister Stephen Harper sets out on annual tour of the North

WATCH: Sean O’Shea is in Whitehorse as Prime Minister Stephen Harper begins his 6-day norther trip

WHITEHORSE – Stephen Harper will tour a local college and make an announcement about northern research in Whitehorse on Thursday as he begins his annual trek to the North, his ninth time doing so since becoming prime minister. 483 more words

News

Moving

Hey y’all! I haven’t been sharing a lot lately, as I’ve been settling in after a big move! 

If you’re interested in hearing a bit about my life in the North, check out my video!  24 more words

10 Archaeological Discoveries Made Possible By Global Warming

As bodies of ice retreat around the world at incredible rates, one benefit is for archaeologists and history lovers as previously buried and lost ancient artifacts are uncovered and found. 2,085 more words

Humans

Wild Exodus Adventure Travel

Wild Exodus put together the best of what they offer (adventure travel in northern Ontario) in a jam packed full day tour in the northern wild. 782 more words

Turquoise Compass

On the Way to Yellowknife: The Buzz and The Bear (Page 1)

Whether you’re high, drunk, or just out in the clouds, the rumble of a Grizzly will always give you a sense of sobriety.

Not too long ago, I ventured with a couple of friends on a little road trip. 709 more words

Cedar Meadows Chalet Staycation

Growing up I always went camping with my family. My mom told me that my first camping experience was when I was only a few weeks old. 437 more words

Turquoise Compass