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Article: A Visit to Greenland - Part 1: the Native Flora: Greenland

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Village of Port Clem

August 13, 2010
11:52 AM

Post #8037792

Your photo tour of Greenland is great. Thanks for sharing.
I live on the Queen Charlotte Islands, B.C. We have some unique flora here also apparently.
I've been here so long it's just regular to moi!

Looking forward to part 2.
Westbrook, CT
(Zone 6a)

August 13, 2011
4:17 AM

Post #8753273

I was in Greenland on an eclipse expedition in the fifties, landing at Narsarssuak AFB in the south. Very near some Viking ruins. The lack of trees (except for a few bushes) is striking to a resident of the temperate zone. I am surprised that Eric didn't know about the icecap, since we were able to hike to it with little trouble, and even took a (very short!) bath in an icy lake.

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