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Greenland was the setting for the recent film Eight Below, about sled dogs working in Antarctica. If you would like to know more about the old days in Antarctica, just ask some of my mates, like Grant Gillespie at Aoraki in NZ. Avalanche dogs are also fascinating to work with. In a proper rescue setting they can identify buried bodies faster than an expert with a transceiver. The analogy with professional theory is fully intended. Who knows what will happen the day after tomorrow? Speaking of the cold, the iceberg below was visible from the shore of the South Island just the other day. Nothing to do with recent global warming, because it takes many decades for them to drift so far north.