Arctic Norway

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Subject: Arctic Norway
From: "John Clifton-Everest" <>
Date: 18 Jun 1998 10:02:06 U
                           Subject:                         Time:   10:52 AM
                           Arctic Norway                    Date:   18/6/98

Congratulations to Wim Vader on his inspiring report of an ornithological and 
botanical spring in northern Norway this week.  It had me digging out the old 
maps from my trip there, now twenty years ago, when I camped at Djupvik and 
went tramping round the fjords and tarns.  I didn't attain to his long lists, 
but that was probably a matter of inexperience, and I certainly saw a lot.  
Wim, I'll be back there one day (a few years yet!) and I hope you will still be 
around to give me some tips.  In the meantime keep up your reports from the 
antipodes, please, which I always read with the greatest pleasure, as I am sure 
others do too.
John Clifton-Everest
Department of Germanic Studies
University of Sydney

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