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Images from Murray's 1985 Northern Discovery Flight

1985 Northern Discovery Flight
Leaving Stewart on June 16th, we flew up Bear Pass, did a circle for a better look at the Bear Glacier, then headed straight north above the Stewart-Cassiar Highway as far as Iskut. In aviation, "IFR" normally means Instrument Flight Rules, meaning that you don't need to see the ground, you fly using instruments only. For many pilots, though, it can also mean "I Follow Roads"! For us, there just happened to be a road below us for much of the trip, though there were many hours of flying with nothing man-made below us.

This photograph is © 1985-2015 by Murray Lundberg, and is not to be copied without express permission.
Aerial view of BC's Bear Glacier in 1985