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Full Circle by Leyland on 22 June 2006 8:37pm
 
Only a quick one. Did Micheal ever get to finish his journey? The fog stopped the helo from taking him the last few miles from the coast guard cutter to land.
 
Re: Full Circle by pandab on 23 June 2006 3:12am
 
According the companion book, no. The seas were too rough to risk a landing, and they headed back.

Pandab
 
Re: Full Circle by julwis on 24 June 2006 12:56pm
 
I guess technically it could be argued that he did complete the entire rim, because after leaving Little Diomede he headed to Nome. When he got back to Alaska at the end, he returned through Nome so technically closed the loop there. If you look at the world map on the home page, youll see what I mean.
 



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