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.



About Justin Vernon

Fire and Aviation Specialist (aka jack of all trades) for the US Forest Service, based in Boise, Idaho. I'm also 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. All opinions voiced are mine alone and do not represent those of the US Forest Service.
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