CB-BLOG: MAUD ANCHOR FOUND
After spending a good day at the beach we normally go for some charfishing to have fresh food for supper. It is great fun to land a 1,5kg arctic char and eat it one hour later. Our philosophy is simple, “catch and eat”. By the way, I have stopped believing in carbon fibre, after my new bought fishingrod broke when I landed a fish last night. Luckily I brought my old (xxl 299,-kr) fiberglass rod, so no need for panic – yet.
There is no bad luck Amundsen used to say – only bad preparations. Or actually he said; There is nothing called luck, only good preparations.
There it is. Mauds anchor. Resting on the seabed at the same place for the last good 80 years.
Time is a strange matter.
Helen Tologanak is a local enthusiast and keen supporter of our MRH project.