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Two stories tied in with some of
most exciting flying in Northern Canada.
Bears in a Purple Patch
In Blood and Stone
Churchill and the Seal River Heritage Lodge
Meet our hosts Mike and Jeanne Reimer.
Ringed seals, Inuit tent rings, polar bears and beluga whales.
We have it all! Including the
Slate Falls Airways
Aviation photographer, pilot,
and now owner, Rich Hulina has provided us
with some bright images of their hard working
Caravan located in
Sioux Lookout Ontario. An Orange Caravan on floats!
Sounds like something cool for a hot
Robert S. Grant
Writer, photographer, pilot. Stories out of his two books:
Flying: The Romance of the North
and his second book: Great Northern Bush Planes
Robert R. Taylor
Photographer, writer, and a
friend to many bush pilots.
Find out more about his
photography books of Northern Canada.
Edge of the Arctic: Churchill and the Hudson Bay Lowlands.
North's world of Canadian Fishing Resorts,
Lodges, and Adventure Tours. Find a place
to fish, or find a place to fly,
labyrinth of useful links and information.
Read an extract from Danny Bereza's
exciting Canadian Arctic Aviation and
Part one of a story by South African pilot
Snatched From the Sky!
Three great short stories by Mike Kemper.
Herby's Last Fishing Trip!
Here's an "I learned from that" flying narrative from Bruce
Two chapters out of the book Fly Yellow Side Up by Garth
Respect, But No Money!
Have You Ever Been in a Boat?
Two Stories by Chuck Ellsworth
Arcturus, the Missing Hours and Fate
A Canadian bush pilot
remembers his days as an Arctic pilot flying Twin Otters under the
northern stars of the all winter nights.
The Tobacco Fields
Chuck Ellsworth goes even
further back to a bygone era in sleepy southern Ontario, when he flew crop
dusters in the golden light of dawn and dusk. "Crop dusting was not only
my first flying job it was without doubt the best."
Story and Image sharing has always been a part of
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Travelographer provides images taken on the wing by a
travelling pilot and posted on Google's image sharing site
Pilot's Blog Book
Blogs have become a popular way to share thoughts and
adventures with the world at large.
Pilot's Face Book Page
Face Book is the world's most
popular method of social networking. Check in here for a pilot's
Stories of Destinations
These are travel and adventure
stories associated with the "being there" rather than the "getting
Stories of Vertical Lift
Aviation Friends brings you
stories and images from the rotary world
attitude indicator will guide you back to the home page.
Editor John S Goulet
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