Category Archives: By Land

Posts on land based travel


While still in Yellowknife, we had a very informative presentation from one of the Inuvialuit from Inuvik. He bought along some samples of traditional foods for us to try. It tasted quite gamey, and the Inuit on our team put … Continue reading

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Yellowknife and a walk

Arrived up here at about 2pm and realized that I’d forgotten the charging cord for my electric razor…the new one that I bought so that I wouldn’t have to take messy razors/cream and go through the hassle that goes along … Continue reading

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Cancun bound

We’re on a Family vacation. That’s capital “F” because it is the whole family. My Mom, Dad and all the siblings, grandkids and significant others. We should have left Victoria at 9:48 or so, but due to congestion in the … Continue reading

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Brownsville Station

And so another I start another trip on the road. My co-worker, Bruce, and I are on our way down to Brownsville Texas. Brownsville is at the corner of the Gulf & Mexico. A Mexican Institute has purchased one of … Continue reading

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Hell on Earth

After a couple of days with little to do, the last three days on Isla du Margarita were very busy. On Thursday morning, we were finally able to receive the replacement WatchKeeper payload from the airport. The old payload had … Continue reading

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