Host Alex McNeil speaks with Polar Historian Laurie Dexter (a former Expedition Leader). This is an ideal opportunity to learn about the history of the Vikings (also known as Norsemen) in the region.
Today, Alex McNeil extends a special welcome to Salik Frederiksen, co-owner of Tasermiut Camp, situated alo...
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