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... the evening, so it was a full house!
During the night we were disturbed by high winds and heavy rain – the first thought on waking was to move the EZ as the wind had changed direction! Jochen wanted to move on so the three of us grabbed breakfast and were picked up to go out to the FBO. The wind was gusting 38+kts – it was cold and damp. The men moved the Mooney and EZ so that both were pointing into wind and made sure that the tie-downs were doing ...
... Retrieving a dropped water bottle brought the dogs scurrying over again, this time with a younger pup, large enough to be a good few months old in tow. He hung around beneath the table until boredom set in and he returned to the fence where there was a little shade. Time to leave, but not without our escort, two dogs, that followed us halfway to town! What is it with us and dogs? This is not the first time we have attracted canine friends on our trips.
... Ioffe is sister ship to One Ocean Voyager/Akademik Sergei Vavilov, which was involved in the 2014 Victoria Strait Expedition to find the Franklin expedition. The two are ice-strengthened vessels, capable of pushing aside ice but not breaking through thick ice. We were given a tour of the engine room, control room, bridge and emergency steering post. Home port for these two vessels is Kaliningrad. Ioffe measures 384 feet by 59 feet (117 x 18 metres). They were built in ...
... Amazingly, in the middle of this seemingly endless void. Saw a make-shift camp with carved smooth runway in the ice. We were glad that didn't prove to be a needed alternate. Nearing the west coast the landscape changed again to fjords and small lakes. We chose Kangerlussuaq as our Greenland airport because they have radar and a localizer approach, which means if the weather was dicey we'd have more guidance and a more accurate route to the runway. Needless to ...
... 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 ...