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Here comes the Sun

Infinity
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Here comes the Sun

     
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Jonpe
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Re: Here comes the Sun

They can always read the Daily Mail!

On a more serious note, they do have the advantage of the sun not setting for the same amount of time in the summer, and it gets surprisingly warm despite being so far north.  This year the temperature reached some 34C in northern Norway.

Jonpe
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Re: Here comes the Sun

Remembered this little oh-so-well-researched gem from a supposedly reputable broadsheet https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/01/07/prince-harry-meghan-markle-travel-norway-see-northern-li...

1. "... the edge of the Arctic Circle ..."  The Arctic Circle is an imaginary line so has no edge; anyone seen the edge of the equator?

2. "... and enjoying the Norwegian sunsets."  Note the date of the article (7th January 2017).

 

RobPN
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Re: Here comes the Sun


@Jonpe wrote:

 

1. "... the edge of the Arctic Circle ..."  The Arctic Circle is an imaginary line so has no edge; anyone seen the edge of the equator? 


The equator is of course a completely different animal, being a menagerie lion running around the Earth. Wink

 

Edit: typo