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Yesterday started out with an early morning flight to Churchill. We met at the airport and were placed on a shuttle to the Norliner charter flight. To my surprise, we took a 737 jet rather than the turbo-prop plane I was expecting. As we approached Churchill, we could see the land getting more wintry-looking and more barren in appearance. Once the …
First off: Today we have a shout-out for Caroline - Happy Birthday! for tomorrow :O) Hope you have a good one xx
Now that's the way to do air travel: private charter plane - no security strip-down or anything, just walk-on/walk-off..."Like a Rock Star" as one of the guides put it. It was a bit like EasyJet and the non- …
Mission Nanouk: Day one complete! :O)
Nanouk sent a wave and a big bear hug.
*PS John or Caroline send me an email please - I tried to email some more pics for Daniel to see but I kept getting an "undelivered message :O(*
Mission: Aurora Borealis - Complete :O)
Awesome....awesome sight! How we going to get to sleep now?
[These photographs were taken less than an hour ago]
This post is about our first day in the Tundra Buggy, tracking polar bears in Northern Manitoba.Polar bears are the main attraction here in Churchill. The "bear season" lasts about six weeks, from early October until mid-November, ending once the Hudson Bay has frozen over, and the bears can go off and hunt seals on the ice all winter.This morning …