Sunday, June 29, 2014


With a sense of jealousy directed towards the group that had seen the icebergs and the islands, the other group’s time had finally come two days later. Our skipper Eddie took the rest of the group out, and the trip started with finding Eider Duck eggs and seeing the effects of predation on the species. Eddie then amped up the adrenaline with a whirlwind of a tour around massive icebergs, and to top it off fishing for muscles in calmer waters. We enjoyed the company of a truly one of a kind person that offered up his home in the afternoon for an immense treat for all of us (USA supporters especially). It began with a surprise lunch of fried Cod and Caper fish with a side of outrageous and interesting stories being shared at the dinner table with his wife Bessie. We were then able to watch the hugely important USA Germany game in Eddie’s man cave. The result meant the U.S. progressed capping off a spectacular day for most of the group minus the Canadian and English sector.

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