Two months later…

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My one and only selfie taken on the top deck, looking down at the bow of the Vavilov.

Well, it is now four weeks since I returned from my amazing NWP journey. And I am finally getting around to posting my blog. I had great intentions to post every day on board the ship, but there was no Internet, so no posts happened. I realize now that a blog works best to post as you go because, despite plans to post when I got home, I have failed to post at all. My excuse is that I’ve been caught up with catching up. And it has taken me all this time to sort through my 3,998 photos. However, I am ready to post my blog now – better late than never.

Stay tuned…

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About Season Osborne

I am a writer with a passion for Arctic history. After finding a photo of Capt. Joseph-Elzéar Bernier, who claimed the Arctic for Canada in 1909, I was inspired to write my master’s thesis on Bernier’s contribution to Arctic sovereignty. This ultimately led to extensive research into Canadian and ‘foreign’ expeditions to the North, which morphed into my recent book, In the Shadow of the Pole: An Early History of Arctic Expeditions, 1871-1912.
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2 Responses to Two months later…

  1. AJ says:

    Not to worry about the postings, Season. You had an awesome trip, got there safely and returned safely …that’s what we wanted to hear, first …now for the amazing stories to come!!!! Yahoo from the west!!!!
    Love, AJ

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  2. Woo hoo! Can’t wait to hear all about it!

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