As we awoke this morning, another anomalously sunny, blue sky day welcomed us into Træna bright and early this morning. Thankful for another day of unexpected sunshine along the generally foggy Norwegian coast, we celebrated crossing the Arctic Circle! Venturing ever further north took us to a tiny community, about 420 people, where we shared breakfast in a tent reminiscent of a teepee that represented a traditional cod drying hut, and was decorated with pictures of hundreds of fillets. After breakfast, we strolled around the small island, taking in all that we could, including a museum, a chapel with quite a vista, the Arctic Circle monument, an art studio, and even a hill with a memorial and a surprisingly spectacular view to boot! Next on the agenda was undersea specialist Paul North’s time to shine, as he presented the fascinating world of plankton and its global impacts in a lecture that was informative and entertaining- a hallmark of Mr.