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Re: Northern Lights adventure.

That must have been a fantastic experience, thanks for sharing it with us in your great pictures.

ps. How long did it take you to get warm again after you got home?
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Re: Northern Lights adventure.

A great adventure, thanks for sharing.
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Re: Northern Lights adventure.

Just caught up myself, it looks like you had a great time, thanks for sharing it with us.
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Re: Northern Lights adventure.

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ps. How long did it take you to get warm again after you got home?
Defrosting It was quite a process.. Travelling back to Helsinki helped. From the -28C to 1~2C..then the flight from there to Doha and from there home to hot 30C
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