Glacial flour seems to be coloring the water in this fjord. The mountains look very rugged.
Kangerlusuuaq Airport, our polar busses were positioned right at the bottom of the gangway.
Akuliarusiarsuup Kuua. Note the extensive width of the floodplain, covered with fluvial and eolian sand. This part of the island is considered arid, receiving only about 9 inches of rain per annum.
Greenland's oldest rocks, they were still quite beautiful. And I was amazed and gratified at how many people on this trip noticed them beneath our feet.
We flew a total of 16,319 miles on the private jet from Seattle, Washington to Boston, Massachusetts (the long way around). I personally had another 1,225 miles to get from Flagstaff to Seattle and 2,419 returning home from Boston. My total air miles for this trip equals 19,963 - almost 20,000 miles in 23 days.
We were in the air one day and 10 hours and 26 minutes on the private jet. Counting my pre-trip and post-trip hours, I was in the air one day and 20 hours - almost 2 days in the air.
We crossed 24 time zones in 23 days. It was an epic trip!