Sunday, April 07, 2013
Eat. Shovel. Shovel
Record from 1997: 2,50 meters (I studied in Leeds that year and was concentrating on cheap beer and the Spice Girls, so I lived in oblivion of what was going on of serious matters at home.)
So far in 2013: 1.50 meters and there ain't no stoppin' .
We eat. We shovel. We shovel more.
We had to shovel the roof in order to safe the roof, and the snow must go somewhere. So the entrance is so packed we can barely pass. It feels like we're on a cabin trip every day, which is kind of cozy (and positive thinking helps..)
I wonder if the 1997 record breaks this year? People are talking about it.
The snow hides danger too. There are avalanches, and people have died.
But these are the days in the Arctic.
Have a good week!