Opposite ends of Nunavut

“Way too many hotels” should be the other title for this blog.  Rob and I are travelling again for work and I’m currently in Cambridge Bay while Rob is in Iqaluit.  Basically, we are at the opposite ends of Nunavut while our poor dogs are waiting patiently for our return to Baker Lake which is right in the middle.

Map of Nunavut (courtesy of Government of Nunavut)

Map of Nunavut (courtesy of Government of Nunavut)

In order to get to Cambridge Bay from southern Canada or eastern Nunavut, you have to travel through Yellowknife and stay the night.  I did not get an opportunity to explore much around Yellowknife as we arrived late  and then left early the next day to fly to Cambridge Bay.  I will, however have an opportunity to explore Yellowknife later on this month as I will be back again in about two weeks for a workshop that our organization is hosting.  Did I mention we travel a lot for work?? – Sophia

Downtown Yellowknife skyline early in the morning

Downtown Yellowknife skyline early in the morning

Downtown Yellowknife and Frame Lake from the Explorer Hotel

Downtown Yellowknife and Frame Lake from the Explorer Hotel

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