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Wow, you were at Tvind? i visited that mill, and also climbed most of the ones in the history. Eric Grove-Nielsen was a friend from those days, and even today. Brings back serious pioneer memories.
So, more stories from you, no?
"Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage." - Ana´s Nin
The sentence rhytm works better in Danish tho :-)
Those were the days of the first Greenland ice corings, the cores being brought in in crates of straw, to be stored in the cellar. The Copenhagians were strong on isotope studies. Also then (early nineties) the airborne Greenland gravity project was done, measuring gravity (and magnetism, and the depth of the bedrock using ice penetrating radar) over all of Greenland in a collaboration between the Danish Survey and Cadastre (where I worked) and the US Naval Research Lab.
I would have had an opportunity to visit Summit, Greenland in those days... sometimes I still feel sorry I didn't. But then, I visited Iceland a few times.
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