Tundra Golf in the Arctic Circle
Today, I’ve added a couple of links to the blogroll, including a nice FREE Consumer Reports page with Toyota reviews…not a bad find for an hours work.
While looking for other sites out there about the Toyota Tundra, I found a blog by “Doc” who lives in the Nunavut Territory, Canada. Evidently, they have another version of Tundra their that’s sometimes used for golf.
Some quick stats:
As of 2006, the city of Pond Inlet is the 8th largest in the Nunavut Territory with a population of 1,315 .
Pond Inlet is only accessible by water only 3 1/2 months a year, meaning most goods must be flown in by air.
Due to high transportation costs, a can of soda can cost as much as $4.50 (CA), depending upon the time of year.
The best way to get around is a snowmobile or four-wheeler.
Pond Inlet is a good place to see killer whale, polar bear, and icebergs.
I can’t imagine living their…what would it be like? I don’t know how anyone does it, and I have great respect for the 1300 people that do.
Here’s the blog I found, Tundra Golf, with pictures of Port Inlet and the intrepid golfers that live their.
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