A friend of mine, Dave Lew, is like me in many ways.
- I’m not-so-young but I feel young. He’s young.
- I like bicycling. He was once a junior pro-level cyclist.
- I like whitewater kayaking. He paddles big water in Utah and Peru.
- I like mountains. He climbs mountains all over the world.
Okay, so we’re really not that much alike. Or maybe he’s like me, only more extreme.
Anyway, today I received word from Dave that he’s arrived at his next great adventure, spending the summer on a scientific expedition in Greenland. He’s there for a project called the Greenland Halogen and Hydrogen Radical Photochemistry Experiment.
And that’s another area where I’m not much like him. I haven’t a clue what a Halogen and Hydrogen Radical Photochemistry Experiment could possibly be.
Dave says his team has started a blog. If you’re into halogen and hydrogen radical photochemistry experiments, or just curious what it’s like to live and work in Greenland, check it out.