It never really ever got warm here. These are the average temperatures for the area:
December to February: 6°C to 10°C (nights), 8°C to 18°C (days).
March to May: 0°C to 6°C (nights), 5°C to 10°C (days).
June to August: -8°C to-15°C (nights), -2°C to 3°C (days).
October to November, 2°C to 7°C (nights), 4°C to 11°C (days).
Good lord! No wonder they have sheepskin and Colombia jackets everywhere. When looking at the claim that this is the 'end of the earth' it seems a bit unbalanced. Given that we are only 54.8 degrees South ~ the equivalent in North America being perhaps a bit further north than Prince Rupert, but it is still considered the end of the world... That said, I guess knowing the next stop from here south is Antarctica, I expected the temperatures to be colder. However when checking out the average temperatures, they were about the same regardless of what side of the equator you are on. For some reason, it had felt warmer in Juneau and Prince Rupert. Guess that is just my mind playing tricks on me.
Every time we were here, we would go out for lunch. Akis affectionately called it his 'Greek Easter' and it was a bit of a meat fest.
Once we were done with the dining, we would walk off our lunch in the small one street town. Kinda reminds me of Southampton in the heart of the summer. I just can't imagine what this place is like in the middle of winter!