I’m jealous that Heidi got to come meet you and see your factory up there! Thank you SO MUCH for the hats you sent her home with. They are great. Heidi’s talking of you made me think of all the places your hats have gone, the ones we gave to friends in Antarctica. One hat made it up to Greenland this summer, worn by our lead ice core driller as he worked with our Danish colleagues at their camp. Their project, called ”Neem,” is the sister ice core to ours in Antarctica for the similarity in the amount of snowfall between the sites. It’ll be neat to compare what our Antarctic climate record looks like in comparison to the other pole. Below is the link. Thought you’d appreciate this as a Dane yourself!
Also, attached are a few pictures of Heidi and me playing around in your hats. They are with us on every icy adventure. I look forward to the days when I can actually wear your hats again. It’s too hot here in Denver! Hope to be up in Idaho to hang out someday (maybe this winter!).
Graduate Student, Glaciology
Department of Earth and Space Sciences