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  1. Great to fly in the Artic ftx global+open LC+vector 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 One per a day and ... Happy Christmas (All screenshots from Greenland, Canada Alaska and Svalbard...and Chukotka !)
  2. Something Different #8-3 : The life of Tioralak, artic bush pilot Part 3 : Sourthern Ellesmere, Devon Island, Baffin Island For the beginning of the trip : https://orbxsystems.com/forum/topic/174300-something-different-8-the-life-of-tioralak-artic-bush-pilot-part-1/ For the previous part 2 : https://orbxsystems.com/forum/topic/175289-something-different-8-the-life-of-tioralak-artic-bush-pilot-part-2-eastern-northern-greenland/ GRISE FJORD (Southern Ellesmere Island) #104 #105 #106 #107 #108 #109 #110 #111 #112 ELLESMERE & DEVON ISLAND FLIGHTS #113 #114 #115 #116 #117 #118 #119 #120 #121 #122 #123 POND INLET (North of BAFFIN ISLAND) #124 #125 #126 #127 #128 #129 #130 #131 #132 #133 #134 #135 #136 #137 #138 #139 #140 DEVON ISLAND & BYLOT ISLAND, LANCASTER SOUND #141 #142 #143 #144 #145 #146 #147 #148 #149 #150 #151 #152 #153 #154 #155 #156a ... Flying South to Clyde River ... the starting point of the part 4... #156b Hoping you will like the story - Do not hesitate to leave any comments :-) They are very encouraging ! The next parts (4 to 9) will go through the all Canadian Artic Land ... upto Alaska ... and Chukotka (NE Siberia) - meeting inuit native peoples all along as well as the Artic explorers main milestones... a very long story !
  3. SOMETHING DIFFERENT #8 part 4 : An Artic Inuit Pilot Life in Baffin Island For the beginning of this long journey : here is the link https://orbxsystems.com/forum/topic/174300-something-different-8-the-life-of-tioralak-artic-bush-pilot-part-1/ For the previous part 3 : go to https://orbxsystems.com/forum/topic/182067-something-different-8-3-the-life-of-tioralak-artic-bush-pilot-part-3-ellesmere-to-baffin-island/ Let's continue to explore the great artic world, followingTioralak, inuit bush pilot (thanks to Orbx with FTX Global + vector + openLC for accurate details of the icy ground, mountains and seashore !) #157a #157b #157c #157d #158a #158b #158c #159 #160 #161 #162a #162b #162c ARTIC BAY #163 #164 #165 #166 #167 #168a #168b #169a #169b #170 #171 #172 #173 #174 #175 #176 #177 CLYDE RIVER #178 #179 #180 #181 #182 #183 #184 #185 #186 #187 #188 #189 #190 (The next Grand Journey - will start with in part 5 & 6...) #191 #192 #193 QIQIRTARJUAQ #194 #195 #197 (yes not #196 - a numbering mistake !) #198 #199 #200 #201 #202 #203 PANGNIRTUNG and the flights over the great AUYUITTUQ National Park ( where maybe we will meet Odin or Thor :-) ) #204 #205 #206 #207 #208 #209 #210 #211 #212 #213 (yes the park is really beautiful and sure it is a really great place to flight in RL and in the sim !) #214 #215 #216 ouf ! Sorry it was a quite long journey ! Hoping you liked the story and the (many) pictures Do not hesitate to leave any comments :-) See you soon for the next part in Southern Baffin and Hudson Bay... #217
  4. Something Different #8 : The life of Tioralak, artic bush pilot - Part 2 : Eastern & Northern Greenland - Thule - Ellesmere Link to part 1 : https://orbxsystems.com/forum/topic/174300-something-different-8-the-life-of-tioralak-artic-bush-pilot-part-1/ We left Nuuk in May 1988 to spend a few years on the Eastern Coast. It was quite a new world as the language is slighly different as well as the weather ! #051a #051b I arrived by the magnicent fjord of Kangertittivaq #052a #052b ... and my family by boat along the coast... #053 I was as an "Upernaviit", "a Man from the Spring", the name given to the whalers coming back every year when the sea was less iced... but I did not come to Scoresby Sound to fish whales but to fly from fjords to mountains or from habour to remote villages,... #054a #054b #054c #054d #054e I had the luck flying the mail route and tourist flights all around, shipping scientific teams or supplying food and equipments on these very isolated settlements... I had the huge pleasure to fly over the place where Commandant Charcot and Lindbergh were boarding, over the Ammassalik area (Tassilaq) and the remains of the old hut of Paul-Emile Victor and Doumidia... #055 #056 One day, having to fly to the Sermilik Weather Station, I had a few hours free and I met Doumidia in its small village ... she was a venerable lady at this time (she was born in 1915)... Dear Doumidia, wonderful character of "Boreal"... #057 #058 #059 Sometimes I had to fly over the huge Inlandsis...where are the paths of Courtauld, Victor and Gessain, the Eismitter of Wegener,... #060 #060a #060b #061 All Inuits villages have always been very isolated and sparsely populated...And this low population has survived during about 4.500 years, despite starvation periods and illness propagation since the arrival of the Europeans with Frobisher, Baffin and Ross exploration (1818 first historical contact)... Greenland (native name is "Kalaallit Nunaat" - "the land of the Kalaalit", the inuit people living on the western coast) is inconceivably large, the world’s largest island, with a population of only 55,847 (2016) spread out over 2,180,000 square kilometres. That corresponds to 39 square kilometres for each Greenland citizen and a population density of 0.025 people per square kilometre, world’s least densely populated nation...after is Mongolia... #062 Holidays ! For the first time, we were going back to the North Western Greenland, our native land. We stopped first at Upernavik, the village where were living my parents since 1968... old viking settlement and one of the first Danish Trading post... #063 #064 #065 Flying north to my dear country. All my family has left the village, Siorapaluk, close to Thule, in 1968, after the bomb lost, afraid by any possible contamination #066 Thule ! So many memories are still present here ... I went with my parents on dog sledges, with Malaurissuaq, followig the coast, sometimes upto the "other land", Ellesmere ... looking for Elisha Kane or Francis Hall camps, Knud Rassmussen first expeditions paths,... #067 #068 #069 #070 #071 #072 #073 All of this was true only upto 1968 and the disaster, the end of our world ... The beginning of the end started in 1959... Ultima Thule... #074 #075 #076 #077 Let's fly to Ellesmere Land, Nunavut, Canada, which was the favorite place of my family to hunt in summer... We will land at the Alert Airfield, the northernmost airport in the world, located approximately 520 miles south of the True North Pole - near are the starting point of Cook and Peary to the Pole... Flying over Fort Conger, the base camp of Greely, we will talk about the Greely expedition tragedy ... #078 #079 #080 The Greely Tragedy...starting at Fort Conger, east coast of Ellesmere Land #081 #082 #083 #084 #085 #086 #087 #088 #089 #090 #091 Alert Airfield : it is not possible to land more to the North, and the magnetic compass declination becomes very problematic... #092 #093 #094 #095 #096 #097 #098 #099 Cook or Peary ? In term of exploration method, inuit relationship and personnality, choose to follow Cook ! As well as according to the good feeling of the great Amundsen and the critical analysis of Jean Malaurie ("Ultima Thule"). (Mark Twain wrote about the lack of proof on both claims “The difference between a Miracle and a Fact is exactly the difference between a mermaid and a seal”) #100 #101 #102 SEE nextly PART 3... : the complete journey upto Alaska and Chukotka ... following the path of Franklin, Amundsen, Back, Mackenzie,... with Knud Rassmussen...and the Caribou Inuits, ... Hoping you liked - do not hesitate to write any comment : it is encouraging to the next
  5. This is a long travel in the Artic world in P3D4-4 with Global, Open LC and Vector We will fly during the long winter night thanks to the full moon light with myriads of stars, over the snow and icefields. In late spring and early fall, we will travel with dog sledges along the coast of Greenland and Northern Canada, and we will be on board of oumiak and kayaks during the short summer with 24hours daylight days Following historical paths opened by artic explorers, we will stay at places of terrible drama due to the worst weather conditions or severe starvation following unfortunate hunts We will fly over the Earth's most northern settlements, we will meet the inuit people of Nunavut and Baffin Island up to Alaska and Eastern Siberia, travelling with Knud Rasmussen, Cook and Amundsen, Frobisher, Back, Franklin, Mackenzie, Kane, Nansen, Nobile, the poor Greely expedition members, and others great Artic explorers... #001 #002 #003 #004 #005 #006 #007 What is the most exciting birthday for a 12 years old inuit kid ? Neither meeting and fighting a very savage polar bear, huge, teeth, really fierce,...that is too common, nor navigating on icy freezing water hunting walrus and whale with spears aboard slim kayaks, that is all routine. Thanks to my dear Kratona*-Godfather Malorissuaq, I was for the first time in a plane...flying around our Big Island (*Kratona = european white man for greenlanders) #008 #009 I enjoyed a bird eyes view on all the villages around... Ummannaq, Illussat, Oqaatsut ... Mid spring and most of the land was still fully covered of snow... We were flying south from Qaarsut upto Qeqertarsuaq - crossing so easily the sea near Assiat where I spent a few years just after our departure from the Northern Groenland (all my family is coming from Thule area : we are proud to be Artic natives - we are "Inughuit" !) #010 #011 #012 #013 #014 I was intensely staring at friends fishing from their kayak and families crossing the strait on their oumiaks*. And I was watching all my favorite animals... Fortunately in the air, there were neither toupidek* nor timertstit* ! Terrible toupidek* wandering on the floating ice, never able to return neither among his people nor among the men...Of course I am secretly ready to repeat very quickly to myself the incantation required to free oneself from the grip of the evil spirit ! (*) Oumiak = inuit large boat with low depth to travel through iced sea (*) Toupidek=monster created by shaman "=angakkuq" magic performances (*) Timertsit=legendary giant being living on the inner ice of Greenland #015 #016 #017 #018 #019a #019b About 10 years later, I spent a long time in Disko, working for ethnologists in survey fields, and learning to fly as often as possible with Knuth, the young danish doctor of the island. (His father was famous here as about 20 years ago he saved the life of more than a member of each family from a scurvy or from a severe flu epidemy or tuberculosis) They both always encouraged me to deeply learn to fly and provided me with a tough and intense learning of Danish & English. This was the luck of my life. #020a #020b #021a #021b #021c #021d #021e After a long but interesting ethno-geological survey of viking settlements in the Southern Greenland, I had enough money to go to Nuuk where I got my private pilot licence ! At this time, it was quite unusual for a native young man and this was possible only thanks to the strong influence of my katunas friends... #022a #022b #023 #024 #025 I learnt to fly a Cessna 170 and a Piper Comanche and a few others too ! I was ready to start my new life as an Artic bush pilot ! #026a #026b #026c Then I got the opportunity to work at the Kangerlussuaq airport where a few jetliners, operating between the United Kingdom and Vancouver, stopped to refuel. #027 #028 #029 #030 #031 I regulary had to perform flights to transport food and mail between trading posts on the West coast, or to supply fuel and food to scientific posts where they made weather measurements and geological surveys. I had also to pick up ethnologist team, etc. And sometimes in summer, there were as well a few tourists to drop into the fjords or up to the hills for great hikes... #032 #033 #034 It was a good base camp : I liked to camp in the mountains most of the holidays with my family #035 #036 #037 #038 #039 #040 #041 #042 #043 In winter, I had a few months off and we appreciated to spend time with my friends from Disko... There I had also a second job: helping my brother to hunt along the coast... #044 #045 #046 #047 #048 #049 Mid spring : I will have to move to the East Coast to follow and assist a geological survey of the fjords...And for the holidays, I plan to go to Thule which is always in my heart despite the terrible last events… SEE PART 2 ... Hoping you liked - do not hesitate to leave any comment #050
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