Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Day 25, Goose Bay, Labrador

Early this morning we departed Reykjavik for Narsarsuaq, the weather was clear most of the way, and we had a spectacular view of the Greenland ice cap as we flew toward Narsarsuaq. After about three hours on the ground in Narsarsuaq we continued on to Goose Bay, Labrador. Climbing out of Narsarsuaq the landscape was equally spectacular, and also the ocean crossing to Labrador was interesting with all the many different ice formations.


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Goose Bay, Labrador, I remember, has extensive sandy beaches but the water...well, it is so cold! Where are you going from here, I wonder. Ellen

Anonymous said...

Flew the W-E and E-W route between US and Europe many time is aircraft deliveries ... when weather clear its a beautiful and inspiring view of our planet.

Alex Brazier
Maj - USAF Retired