Our traveling teams have reached their final destinations. Moose is hard at work in Iqaluit and we’ve received word that Goose has landed in Lake Hazen. Both teams have let us know that things are going well, but they will also have extremely limited contact with us until they return south. They do have satellite phones, which will be used for daily check-ins, but details and photographs of their adventures will have to wait for a few weeks.
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