See you in 2018 people, and please wish me luck in Tromso

Got a bunch of things to get finished before Christmas, and judging from the falling number of blog readers (thanks, Google Analytics), so has everyone else. So for everyone’s sake, I’m calling a blog break til the New Year. After Christmas I’ll be heading off to the top of Norway to try and see the Northern Lights.

If there are clear skies, it could like thisNorthern lights good

On the other hand, if it’s cloudy, it will be dark 24/7 and the view will be more like this…….Tromso no northern lights

In other words, a high risk holiday.

Have a good break (if you’re taking one) and see you in 2018.

Oh, and it’s the shortest day of the year today (if you’re in the Northern Hemisphere), always a good time to reread John Donne’s A Nocturnal upon St. Lucy’s Day.

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One Response to “See you in 2018 people, and please wish me luck in Tromso”
  1. Aaron Alesane

    Having had almost a decade with some INGOs, and currently a PhD student of International Development, I can’t wait for your shared thoughts on the 24th of January, 2018 at the University of Reading. In the mean time, I wish you clear skies in Norway Prof.