Chill’n in Igloolik

When I lived in Nunavut in 2009 my job required me to do a lot of travel to many communities.  One of the places I visited that year was Igloolik!  I blogged about my visits on “Newbie in the North” if you want to see the Igloolik posts you can click  HERE and HERE.

Today on our way back to have lunch I went on a quick walk with my travel companions to the water’s edge.  It was a quick walk, because it was DARN cold!  It was -32C with a windchill of -41C or so.  Yep, definitely colder than Pang.  I arrived yesterday here in Igloolik for work.

Despite the crazy cold temperatures…I took a few photos.  (Even with double mitts my fingers were cold at the end…however my parka, Pang hat and kamiks kept me toasty warm!) So without further ado… here’s the shots I took on my walk! I’m going to leave my photos to do the talking…

Looking forward to another awesome day here in Igloolik…hope you have a great day as well!

About SarahontheRoad

This blog is a spot to record my adventures in life while living where ever I may be!

Posted on February 9, 2012, in Northern Travel, Nunavut. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Sarah – your photos are always great! What strikes me most however, is the fact of the sunshine & daylight!!

    • Thanks Susan… I think my photos have a lot of sunshine and daylight.. because I shoot them during the sunny times of the day… we are building up to 24hrs of sunlight–gaining 8mins a day… it’s such a fun process!! 🙂 S

  2. Nice photos, Sarah. I will be heading to Igloolik soon too.

    • Thanks Joy… Hope you enjoy your time over there! Make sure you bring your long johns–it’s was a good 10 to 15 degrees colder there then here in Pang! 🙂

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