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We all were in a hurry, I convinced a friend of mine to drive me with my bags to the Old Harbor to save myself all the time and effort of lugging my boat and gear. I assembled my kayak on the convenient granite ramp. I always have to remind myself to be careful and methodical so I do not have to disassemble and reassemble the whole thing as I discover that I forgot something. Some fellows who knew me were working at their motorboats eyeing me and I told them I was going to Kangersuatsiaq. Of course in Greenland when you tell somebody something it travels all over the commune before you know it. Naturally everyone in Kangersuatsiaq and Upernavik knew what I was up to. It is a little difficult to arrive with all sorts of baggage pull out a red boat put it together and take off without being noticed.

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Outside Sainger my drysuit I was wearing my sunglasses, baseball cap windproof scarf On my paddles were my pogies. Upernavii my legs was to be the camera in a drybag. Behind my seat I put un partially one gallon bags of water. I had gotten the water at the museum. I always carry extra water so that if I have to camp where there is no water I will be okey. I figured from my other trips that I use a gallon of water in a day. I did not bring any firearms because in this area since there are so many people constantly on the water I am unlikely to encounter a polar bear and walrus are seem once a year at most.

I took a look at the waves motor boating friends suggested I wait for the seas to die down or take the longer protected inside route. There had been high seas for at least a week caused by storms off shore most likely to the north because the seas and winds were from the north. The wind was 15 knots seas 2 to 3 feet, not all that bad but for motor boaters going south as I was to Kangersuatsiaq this was a miserable ride. A friend from Tassiusaq helped me launch he looked a little anxious but I bet I also looked anxious too.

I felt so wonderful getting into my kayak at long last. Launching required we pick up the ends of the kayak and carry it to the water. The Mark I does have excellent handles very well attached to the hull capable of sustaining the weight of a loaded kayak. Even though this was the first time I have paddled this kayak I had no the least bit of doubt in my mind that this would be a wonderful kayak. I was not worried about if this kayak could handle this condition of following seas. This was the route I had taken in and I felt reunited with this world I missed so much after all these years and overcoming all these fears, which had prevented me from undertaking this special trip.

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Then I stayed more out to sea I did not feel like hugging the shore. My trip on the open water would be the shortest most direct route to Kangersuatsiaq. I enjoyed feeling my kayak passing so deftly over the two and three foot waves as the wind pushing me very nicely along. Then I spotted one of those landmarks that just takes your breath away. It was the cliffs at Ingia. Here I paddled closer to this large island, Qaersorssuaq. At Qaersorssuaq Island on the last west facing peninsula, Ingia, were brilliant white bands of porphyritic feldspar interlacing with brown granite. This area Upernavik is well known for its profusion of flowers this comes from the widespread potassium feldspar in the granite, which enriches the soil fertilizing the plants.

I decided to head between two islands, Tine and Anaanaa. I had not seen before from my kayak Paddling became more interesting. The waves bunched up in the restrictions between the islands, which made me perk up and take notice. I found a few birds on these islands. Then I headed for the next opening between the islands Kangeq and Singarnaq. This area is famous as a bird nesting site for Awks. Thousands of birds come to nest every year here. I found it was easy to open my sprayskirt, take out my camera from its drybag, take pictures put my camera away, close up my spray skirt, consult my GPS and be underway.

On Kangeq and Singarnaq Islands I spotted a navigational markers and noted some more birds. I could have probably stopped on Singarnaq Island and camped but I had energy to push on. I had made about 19 miles. I was making such fine progress and I was pleased to be accomplishing long open crossings. My longest crossing was seven miles. Those long crossings were a major accomplishment for me. I felt comfortable doing them and I felt comfortable with my kayak. The rudder adjusted perfectly smoothly while all was chaos around me.

I put my camera away and closed up my spray skirt. It was time to experience my kayak showing her colors. The fetch was beginning to have an more decided effect. After the long stretch from between Kangeq and Singarnaq Islands as I was padding in a restriction between Qalilik and Sagdleq Island I had one moment when a large especially steep wave grabbed me. Sudden acceleration took place as the steep wave hurled me. I felt my kayak rear up on a steep angle and start to lunge violently down the face of the wave. My kayak was about to bury its bow going over for a pearl or an ender.

From all my years of paddling both open water and whitewater slalom as I instinctively I leaned out on my flattened paddle in a low brace toward the oncoming wave, my kayak responded nicely by slowing down. Our journey today was to figure out how well the maps were with their positioning of the islands around the glacier; ice cap. The beginning of the day started with Rie, John, Maryke, and Mija venturing out into our ice soup, mixed with ice bergs, in the dingy to take some pictures of Tooluka, amidst the ice.

This started as a simple task, until Bob suggested that we picture the complete beauty with her sails up, and we all agreed. To our amazement within 3 minutes Eef and Bob had both sails up and the wind filled the sails; and majestically Tooluka started sailing amidst the thick ice soup! We were all amazed at the sight as Tooluka was absolutely glorious! Meanwhile we are taking pictures and noticing that the waters and ice soup around us was clearing, yet chasing us as the ice chunks were coming at us as well The mirroring images caused quite the hallucinating effects, we weren't sure if we were moving forward or backwards, or possibly in circles Either way, it was time to get back on board!

Since we all made it through the ice it was now time to venture into the channels to see how well the maps really are. We saw 1 seal as we were entering the channel; however it must have thought he was lunch, as that was his only appearance.