He writes: "This is a quick follow-up to my February 1999 report on a reindeer hunt in Iceland. This hunt was with the same company I hunted with in Iceland, and they did a terrific job. The Greenland hunting package starts when you arrive at Keflavik airport near Reykjavik in Iceland, and there are absolutely no more costs. On our arrival this past September 24 (my wife, Nancy, was with me), we were met at the airport and given our licenses and permits. A driver then took us by car to the domestic airport where we boarded a twin-engine turbo-prop plane for the 2-1/2-hour flight to Narsarsuaq, Greenland. Only a small plane can be used because Narsarsuaq Airport is little more than a World II airstrip with no lights or radar. It is open only when a plane is due to arrive. As for the town, it is little more than a village, actually, with a single hotel and store and a few other buildings.
At any rate, on arrival there, we were put aboard a sturdy, charter-type boat of roughly 25 feet for the five-hour trip to camp. This was a true Arctic experience. There were seals, whales, glaciers and icebergs everywhere. The guides, boat and equipment were the best. Our lodging was warm and comfortable, and the food was good. The hunt itself was from the same boat I came in on. The guide/captain used it to take us out daily to likely areas where we climbed to high points to glass. We hunted our reindeer........(continued)