Always a new adventure to be had.

A hike up Nasauja in early January. This spot is very visible from town at the end of the fjord and it was fun to go up it. Beautiful views out to Cumberland Sound.

Below, Markus and Sola enjoying some rare sunshine during the darkest time of year.

The view looking back towards town. Pangnirtung in the background, right.


Weekend fun? Skijoring!

Weekend fun on out on the fjord. No experience necessary.

Sola and the boys, Gibson and Gobi. It's fun to ski with two at once!

Break time with our whole gang.


Meet the Team

Meet my furry fjord friends. I thought people may appreciating seeing their faces, since most pics are bums by nature of the activity. All are retired from teams in Iqaluit.

Gobi, 5 yrs old male. I was told he was named after the Gobi Desert in China. Timid at first, he's friendly and happy-go-lucky once he's met you. Gibson's brother.

Gibson, 5 yrs old male. I was told he was named after the Gibson Desert in Australia. Sometimes I've seen his name spelled as Gypson and Gipson, but I'm sticking with the spelling for the desert since that's where it came from. Curious and quick to grab loose mittens, he's a real ham and enjoys good rubs. Gobi's brother.

Nuvuja, 7 yrs old female. Her Inuktitut name indicates clouds, probably in reference to her cloudy colors and general fluff. Cuddly and calm, she's a little powerhouse and the motivating force of the team.

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