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... this day that was superfluous. It was an extremely pretty approach and fun landing at what seemed to be a tiny town completely revolving around servicing the airport. Refueling and "handling" was, suffice it to say, expensive. We were out towards North America Rita after filing a new flight plan and calling Canadian immigration. That was tops on our list because after forgetting to do so on our first trans-Atlantic flight we were blacklisted. We got by the first time ...
... is no where to be found. I do not think it is here.” This was frustrating because I was afraid I
may have lost it, or even worse, it was stolen.
I had a very difficult time with this inconvenience. I knew there would be delays along the way,
but this was inexcusable. After exhausting all my contacts, I figured I would give my mom a call back. I “knew” it wasn’t at my house in Fresno...or did I?
After talking ...
... through the clouds. I broke out at 4,000 ft and it was as clear as could be. What an amazing site that was!!
I knew it was going to be a long flight because the winds were not really in my favor. Right as I got into Canada everyone on the radio was speaking French. That was definitely something new to me. They of course would not speak French when talking to me. The way that controllers can tell ...
... the grocery store) the other day and happened to catch sight of a sign for a community feast today in honour of the Governor General of Canada, who was doing a tour of Nunavut. There was a ceremony for the presentation of the Governor General's Northern Medal, which was being presented to the filmmaker Zackarias Kunak whose first film was "Atanajuat." The film actually won at Cannes ...
Friday 12 August 2011. A leisurely start to the morning, being the last at breakfast and then catching up with the laundry using the Lodge's FOC facilities – luxury! Patrick checked the weather and it wouldn’t have been conducive to leaving today; fingers’ crossed for tomorrow.
Taking a walk into the centre of town, we found the post office and sent home some of the Canadian charts that were no longer ...