Glacier Flying


Is that a beaver impaled upon a stick?

Oh no, it's a dead flower, nevermind... well that was an odd mistake.


Macho Superpilot
Man alive do I miss those days.
I would come home everyday after flying with either a smile on my face, or a massive addition of experience.

Now its: "Wow! I flew a visual approach today!!"

Capt. Chaos

Well-Known Member
The lakes blow out through a weakness in the ice or work there way under the ice causing it to float.

I took these pictures a few years ago in Lituya Bay (home of the worlds tallest tsunami of 1700ft)

And this is a few days later.