Again, we had spectacular scenery all around us and we were all surprised at the large size of this complex.
There were more varied things to keep us busy during the daylight hours than at our first base. And during the next few days, we participated in most of the activities available and added some of our own. It was during this part of the trip that we realized that we were having a strangely different sort of visit: we had entered an area where we needed to turn night into day. During the day, we stayed busy, but the real focus of the visit was the night's hoped for activity—viewing and photographing the aurora. Our first night at Chena was a repeat of the experience at the B&B, a "basic aurora." But we all tramped out into the snow and cold and took
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