Friday, January 26, 2007

Flight Part I

Now that the winter road is under construction it is possible to reach Yellow Knife by land using the term loosely, as much of the route is over water. The bulk of the goods for the daily operation of the camp and transport of the crew and staff takes place by air. The weekly flights are of Cessna Grand Caravans or DH Twin Otters. One one or two occasions a DC3 was brought into catch up on supplies or equipment that would other wise not be possible

So here is Flight part one Images of and from aircraft that keep this place running

Heading out on to Yellow Knife Bay, in a float plane, July 2006

DC3 Landing Discovery

Looking Up at flying dinosaur A DC3

Dehavlin Twin Otter Landing at our air port

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