This morning we stop in Sisimiut, a picturesque village of colorful homes scattered on the hillside over the town. We walk around the town and visit the sled dogs that are housed just outside the town. I stop by the post office and spend a small fortune ($15) for two postcards and stamps. This afternoon we visit a mostly abandoned fishing station, a scenic island with bright red church and crumbling outer buildings. Locals rent space for their own weekend fishing adventures. The ship staff buy several kilos of trout from the locals for tomorrow night’s dinner. We see a group of local kids playing who are surprised to see a boatload of travelers exploring their island playground. Our onboard painters bring their acrylics and relax on the hillside, capturing the pastels of this lovely island as the kids look on. Read more of Mary's mother-daughter Arctic adventure. Click here!