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... saw only a couple of years of their intended service before the end of the Cold War, when it was no longer necessary to monitor underwater sounds to detect intercontinental ballistic missile action. One ship acted as the transmitter and the other as the receiver. Because of the hydro-acoustic work they were intended for, the ships were designed to run very quietly and be very stable by using external stabilizers on the hull and a built-in ballast trimming system. ...
... only clouds below us. Flying at that altitude we also didn't have to wear the oxygen masks and only the canulas, which made speaking and eating much more comfortable The coast of Greenland was a welcome sight. What a crazy landscape! We had such amazingly rare blue skies and unlimited views. From glaciers to icebergs to half-frozen fjords, it was all there 18,000' below. Too cool. The interior is largely a plateau devoid of any variation, also an amazing sight for ...
... 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 ...
So this will probably be the last Nunavut entry since we're coming home on Thursday!!! (Can you tell I'm excited?) There hasn't really been anything going on here - the whole whale thing never really played out the way we thought it would. We found out people were going hunting, however, Greenpeace wouldn't allow them to bring the whale directly on to the beach here. Oh well!
We went ...