Monthly Archives: September 2011

Rapid Response Weather Techs

While we were in the Ft Simpson area the wind speed detector at the Wrigly airport failed. My journeyman and I lept (sorta) into action and got on the charter the guys in Edmonton booked for us and ran out to Wrigly. … Continue reading

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Nahanni Out of the Park

We took the scenic route on the way out of the park.

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Nahanni Part the Second

The second site was about a 15 minute hop from the first. This is me beside the A-Star helicopter. Our pilot Fred was awesome. This is the station:

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Nahanni National Park First Station

Two of the stations we worked on were in Nahanni National Park. We took a helicopter to get there. It was great!

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Fort Simpson

Fort Simpson is at the confluence of the MacKenzie and the Liard rivers. We did the inspection of the autostation there the first day then we travelled from there to the sites in the area. Here’s a pic of the rivers. … Continue reading

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Sambaa Deh Falls

From Fort Providence we went to Fort Simpson where we worked out of for the next few days. On the way we stopped at the Sambaa Deh Falls on the Trout River. Click on the one above this.. I think it’s neat.

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Fort Providence

Woo! Internet. I’m home from the latest trip. Sadly there wasn’t good enough internet to post pics from the road this time but here they are now: The first stop was Fort Providence. The inspection was fairly uneventful but here’s … Continue reading

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