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The Five-Arctic Adventures in Churchill Manitoba

The Five-Arctic Adventures in Churchill Manitoba

I never thought I would visit the edge of the Arctic Circle in the dead of winter. Nope. I never thought I’d brave -40 degree temperature either, but I did. You might too if you had the opportunity to see the Northern Lights in Churchill. Yes, they were amazing. Beyond amazing, but my trip was […]

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Wide Awake Thanks to the Northern Lights

Wide Awake Thanks to the Northern Lights

I couldn’t sleep; in fact I was wide awake. Alive. I guess you can say the lights kept me up. After my first night I even wondered if the Northern Lights, my first views of the Aurora Borealis, were just a dream, but after a second night of embracing the arctic air, the vibrant, dancing lights […]

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Postcard-Exploring Planet Hoth from Churchill, Manitoba

Postcard-Exploring Planet Hoth from Churchill, Manitoba

Churchill, Manitoba is north. Far north. It is on the edge of the Arctic Circle and near the tree line. That’s the line where the trees end and the ice world begins (in winter). In summer I imagine the tundra to be beautiful, but my trip took me up north in winter to view the […]

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Sunset Sunday-The Arctic Cold of Churchill, Manitoba

Sunset Sunday-The Arctic Cold of Churchill, Manitoba

Everywhere I travel I always capture a sunset and my arctic adventure to Churchill, Manitoba proved no  different. On my first evening, I socialized the idea with my hosts and planned to capture it the following evening after we settled in.  The itinerary included three nights in Churchill and sunset photos were hardly high on […]

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