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· Postcards from Kulusuk ·

August 30, 2017 2 Comments

A few miles South of the Arctic Circle lives the charming and colorful little town of  Kulusuk.  

It’s hard to believe a typical summer day included grounds covered in snow and hundreds of glaciers floating in the vast blue sea.  

Life seemed quiet, simple and uncomplicated.

As we navigated through the colorful display of homes, we had the opportunity to unplug from the world and fully embrace the beauty all around.

You can find more of our day exploring Kulusuk here.


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    September 14, 2017

    These pictures are so beautiful. I can’t believe the snow doesn’t completely melt in the summer, but it sure looks pretty. I’d heard that the different colored homes once were a code of sorts — like, green houses belong to fisherman, etc. I thought that was interesting too.

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      September 17, 2017

      Yes Tami, that is true. They have different home colors based on the variety of occupations. I thought it was very cool as well. I would definitely not survive through winter based on what summer looked liked 🙂 Thanks so much!