“The Ice at the End of the World: An Epic Journey into Greenland’s Buried Past and Our Perilous Future” by Jon Gertner. The author has successfully captured my interest with the book. It starts out in the late 1800’s with Nansen’s exploration of Greenland. It took me 2 days to reach Chapter 6, Thule.
The Sno-Train arrived in Greenland in June 1956. It was being tested in extreme conditions. The Army Transportation Corps was…Continue Reading
In 1955, Christmas dinner looked and felt a little different for Air Force Service Members at the "Top of the…Continue Reading
The TC-264 Sno-Buggy spent some time in Greenland testing out the HUGE Firestone 120x48x68s and a few unpowered trailers. It…Continue Reading
An acquaintance of mine posted a video on the Overland Trains today. It has been a labour of love for…Continue Reading