DAY 12: MAKING TRACKS IN ROVANIEMI
Hamish gets into the man-leg-up pose to consult the map
Some houses looking over Ounasjoki River, Rovaniemi
Ounasjoki River the Rovaniemi winter superhighway
A hounds meeting spot
The Jätkänkynttilä Bridge which literally translates as ‘Lumberjack’s Candle’. The lumberjack candle is a traditional method of lighting during those long winter nights, basically its placing two pieces of tree trunks side by side with a fire in between them
Kauppayhtiö: The cafe where EVERYTHING is for sale
So excited about this lunch!
This sambo was the BOMB!
Crazy cool sled high chair
A bit of retro
Snow Sculpture at Arktikum Museum
“Earth Spirits’ exhibit by Lea Kaulanen, a Lappish puppet maker from Äkäslompolo Ylläs
Aurora Borealis laser show at Arktikum Museum, Rovaniemi
Woven fishing trap at the Arktikum Museum, Rovaniemi
Old skool Lappish sunnies at the Arktikum Museum, Rovaniemi
Polar bear at the Arktikum Museum, Rovaniemi
Pure virgin snow
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