Monthly Archives: July 2014
The weather and the 5-day forecast did not change, the storm is still raging, but fortunately the airplane was still allowed to take off. Imre was finally able to leave Grayling, AK on Saturday morning. The plane was fully booked, … Continue reading
Imre got a ride on the back seat of an ATV to get to the airport, that was 2 miles from the village. The man had already left when Imre learned that his flight was canceled because of the storm. … Continue reading
Last night at around 8 pm (AK time) Imre started paddling. At 2:30 am he reached the next village, Grayling (pop. 200) and went to shore. As we saw him moving during the night, we were again reassured that what … Continue reading
Whatever is preventing Imre from continuing his journey hasn’t resolved yet. He practically has not moved for three days in a row. As long as we receive OK messages every morning and every evening, we are not worried… at least … Continue reading
After a whole day spent on the shores of an island, Imre started paddling at 12:30 AM. This is just about when the sun goes down in that area these days. He reached the next island at 4:30, an hour … Continue reading
Imre did not not get on water today, he stayed at the same island all day. We can imagine two kinds of reasons: Maybe one of his aches and pains (wrist/shoulder/elbow/back) are getting really bad and he decided to take … Continue reading
We don’t know anything special about Imre’s day, except that he stopped a few hours earlier than usual. We have no way to know why, all we know is that he is OK.