December in southeast

Not much to report officially for the past month or so.  There was a lot going on in early November, but since Thanksgiving things have quieted down.  The first few weeks of November were a blur, with our group having an end of year meeting one week, followed by a FLA (facilitated learning analysis) team coming in to go over our helicopter accident with us. (More on that later, when the report is released.)  Those two weeks were followed by a short trip south to WA for a family Thanksgiving visit, and then back to southeast AK until now.

I’m getting ready to take a few weeks off from work for Christmas, so I’m not anticipating too much going in until after the 1st of the new year.  Maybe a few updates here and there, but with the winter weather and short daylight hours pretty much shutting down our helicopter operations here in southeast, there just isn’t a lot going on that’s worth posting about.

 

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About Justin Vernon

I'm an amateur photographer, wanna-be writer, tech aficionado, and a classic introvert who values quiet time as much as I do the mountains and people of the Pacific Northwest and Northern Rockies.
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