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  1. We are all fed up with stifling government regulationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 9 | Trading Post

    The United Kingdom "Brexit" proves that the people of the world are fed up with bureaucracies "multi-culturalism," and the "status quo" elitists. This is why Donald Trump's ideas are so popular.

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  2. Pilots recount daring South Pole rescue mission: a A tiny little dot in that mass of blackaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | The Washington Post

    A Twin Otter flown by a Kenn Borek crew picks up a sick worker at the U.S. South Pole science station. It was one of the most dangerous missions of their careers - a midwinter flight to the bottom of the Earth to rescue two sick workers from the South Pole research station.

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  3. Canadian pilots dodged an iceberg on take-off, flew in - total...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Canada.com

    The hardest part of piloting a bush plane to the South Pole, says a Canadian flight crew, was not landing in complete darkness. Nor was it flying 2,400 km over Antarctica, in a bid to rescue two sick workers from one of the most isolated human outposts on the planet.

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  4. Greatest fear was running out of soup: Canadian crew describes dangerous rescue mission to South PoleRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Canada.com

    The Calgary-based crew that flew to a South Pole research station on a daring medical mission sang songs and snacked on hot soup during their perilous trip. Pilot Wally Dobchuk and the rest of his team from Kenn Borek Air played down last month's assignment as they cracked jokes at a news conference in Calgary on Tuesday.

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  5. rescue-1Read the original story

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Canada.com

    The Calgary-based crew that flew to a South Pole research station on a daring medical mission sang songs and snacked on hot soup during their perilous trip. Pilot Wally Dobchuk and the rest of his team from Kenn Borek Air played down last month's assignment as they cracked jokes at a news conference in Calgary on Tuesday.

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  6. Fortney: For modest crew members, Antarctic rescue flight all in a day's workRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Canada.com

    It leaves one proud to be able to say the people at Kenn Borek Air fly out of Calgary's airport, says reader. It's a cool Tuesday morning in Hangar 59, the cavernous space in Calgary's northeast feeling even chillier than the 13C air outside.

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  7. Soup and songs: Calgary rescue team relates experience of South Pole...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Northern Life

    The Calgary-based crew that flew to a South Pole research station on a medical mission sang songs and snacked on hot soup during the perilous medical mission. Pilot Wally Dobchuk and the rest of his team from Kenn Borek Air downplayed their experiences from last month as they cracked jokes at a news conference in Calgary on Tuesday.

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  8. Kenn Borek Air celebrates successful South Pole rescue mission in CalgaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | GlobalNews

    The company that owns the plane that made a daring rescue flight to save two people who got sick working at a U.S. research station at the South Pole is holding a press conference Tuesday in Calgary. Kenn Borek Air Ltd. is marking the "successful conclusion of the medical evacuation of two researchers from the Amundson Scott South Pole Research Station."

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  9. Travel: The solitary beauty of PatagoniaRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 2 | Scotsman.com

    For the wild at heart, Patagonia is blessed with some of the most dazzling and remote landscapes on earth, writes Neil Geraghty Dear Guests, it is 6:15am, the temperature outside is 10 degrees, skies are overcast and we are now navigating the Southern Ocean Passage. Coffee is being served in the Sky Lounge and we will shortly be arriving at Cape Horn."

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  10. July/August Issue 235: The last iron sailing shipRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 1 | Ocean Navigator

    In May 2015, Wavertree , the last remaining and largest of the wrought-iron, full-rigged ships, was towed from her home at the South Street Seaport Museum across the bay to Staten Island. Carefully placed in dry dock, Wavertree was brought to Caddell Dry Dock & Repair Co., where this great relic of the once-ubiquitous sailing ships that plied their trade all over the world will receive $10 million worth of loving restoration.

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  11. The week's best travel deals around the globeRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 30 | The Washington Post

    Go on a spending spree with a $200 or $300 resort credit at the Landsdowne Resort and Spa in Leesburg, Va. Lansdowne Resort and Spa, a luxury property in Leesburg , Va., is offering resort credits through the end of the year.

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  12. Roswell P. StaplesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 27, 2016 | Capital Weekly

    Born at Deer Isle, March 11, 1934, he was the son of Chester B. and Dora Staples. After moving to Rockland with his family at a young age, Paul attended local schools.

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  13. Daring flight removes 2 sick workers from South...Read the original story

    Jun 25, 2016 | Http

    Two people who fell ill while working at the U.S. research station at the South Pole have been evacuated by a small plane that made the daring rescue flight in Antarctica's harsh winter.

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  14. Giant adventures in PatagoniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 24, 2016 | Star Tribune

    At EcoCamp Patagonia, in Chile's Torres del Paine National Park, geodesic domes offer sustainable lodging and views of the mountains. Photos by Donnelle Oxley a Special to the Star Tribune As the world continues to shrink and bucket lists of exotic places become "been there, did that," the word Patagonia still has the capacity to excite even the most intrepid traveler.

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  15. Daring flight removes 2 sick workers from South Pole stationRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 24, 2016 | Hawk Eye

    This photo provided by the National Science Foundation shows a Twin Otter aircraft on a medical evacuation flight taxis on the skyway at NSF's Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station. The small plane with two sick workers has arrived at a British research station in Antarctica, safely finishing the first leg in a daring rescue mission from a remote U.S. South Pole station, officials said.

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  16. Daring flight removes sick workers from South PoleRead the original story

    Jun 23, 2016 | Texarkana Gazette

    Two people who fell ill while working at the U.S. research station at the South Pole have been evacuated by a small plane that made the daring rescue flight in Antarctica's harsh winter. The National Science Foundation said the two workers arrived safely late Wednesday in Punta Arenas, the southernmost city in Chile, after a long trip from the Amundsen-Scott station at the South Pole.

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  17. Daring flight removes two sick workers from South Pole stationRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2016 | The Star

    British Antarctic Survey via AP This photo provided by the British Antarctic Survey, shows two planes from a Canadian company were used in the daring rescue of two sick workers from the U.S. South Pole station Wednesday. Both Twin Otters flew to the British station on the edge of Antarctica, one then continued another 1,500 miles to the South Pole, where the crew picked up the two sick workers, then flew back to the British station another 1,500 miles.

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  18. News 35 mins ago 1:48 p.m.How the "incredible" South Pole rescue mission unfoldedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2016 | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    Two American contractors who became sick at the South Pole are now safely out of Antarctica. They arrived at a clinic in Southern Chile after enduring two long flights.

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  19. Daring flight by Canadian planes to remove sick workers from South...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2016 | Northern Life

    SANTIAGO, Chile - Two people who fell ill while working at the U.S. research station at the South Pole have been evacuated by a Canadian-owned Twin Otter turboprop plane that made the daring rescue flight in Antarctica's harsh winter. The National Science Foundation said the two workers arrived safely late Wednesday in Punta Arenas, the southernmost city in Chile, after a long trip from the Amundsen-Scott station at the South Pole.

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  20. Rescuers succeed in evacuating sick workers at the South PoleRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2016 | Bangor Daily News

    For the third time ever, rescue workers have successfully evacuated someone from the South Pole during the brutal Antarctic winter, the National Science Foundation said Wednesday afternoon. A plane carrying two sick workers from the Amundsen-Scott research station arrived on the Antarctic Coast on Wednesday, following a harrowing 10-hour flight across the continent.

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