From Bengt: This was a cold and windy day. We only did 6 hours. We were all packed in, goggles, facemasks and extra layers. The scenery is magic, blue sky and sun straight above us, but an inferno of snow on the ground. We had a warm and nice lunch inside the tent halfway. Came early into camp and had a good evening meeting in the 4 man Spitbergen tent. In total we have 3 tents. Two of them are made for 3 people and the big one is for 4 people. They are all tunnel tents made by Helsport, one of our co-op partners. All the poles are double-poled, so they can handle heavy wind.
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