10 Suitcases in total plus what we shipped up in advance! We will be leaving Guelph on December 29 and heading to Winnipeg for two weeks of isolation. Then we fly into Nunavut, eventually arriving in the small community of Whale Cove. Follow along as we occasionally post pictures, videos and thoughts of our adventures in Canada's Arctic. Feel free to share this link with anyone who might be interested. Can't imagine that it will sustain attention for too long, but well we were asked to share so here it is! More to come!
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On our first day in isolation we needed to carefully follow the signage about safety as posted on the elevator to be allowed outside to walk in the bright Winnipeg sunlight! It was beautiful out and our friend Sandra Herbst drove by to wave and left us some lovely Christmas cookies. Today- Ian has awoken with a runny nose and feeling cold-like crappy so he is off for a COVID test. Fingers crossed he has just picked up a cold, as lovely as it is we don't want to be in our two room hideaway any longer than necessary. Good news today for New Years'. Ian's Aunt Lu who lives not too far away will be dropping by homemade wine to assist us to celebrate the end of 2020. See you in the New Year.
Ian's Covid test came back negative which is a relief. We are allowed to go outside to walk in the back parking lot supervised while he has symptoms but can't walk at the front where we might see other people and come into contact with them. We did 20 laps this morning that worked out to just over 5 km with our awesome new boots on! Meanwhile, we spend lots of our time indoors studying the Nunavut Education Documents. They are really interesting. I have been looking into what is called "Land Based Instruction" and came across the list below. Clearly we will be learning a lot!