On Safari . . . In The North Atlantic?
Published on March 07, 2010
Thank you for the comments. It was truly a fantastic trip. And yes, Ann, I did omit my experience of climbing an iceberg! They really aren't renowned for their stability; it was a foolish idea..
Well done Barny - you captured the trip perfectly, the polar bears, ice, peace and the fun. You did however forget about the young man who wanted to fly on an ice berg that was near but not quite to the shore!!
What a beautifully written and compelling article. It was as though I too was standing on the deck witnessing nature's majesty just below. I felt the cold, and the excitement. Loved it!
i like this magazine but the thing i love the most is ,the photos, i felt as if i was there and i hope i can : )
well done guys
Barnaby- great adventure. The northern most stretches of the planet have always interested me. I have gotten as far as Healy, Alaska and that only added gas to the curiousity. The stillness, uniqueness, and utter scale of this part of the world is amazing. I'm sure this experience offered some of those feelings as well. Thanks for the walk down memory lane.