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No Go. Still Raining! (+0 Miles)
November 19, 2009: Migration Day 35

Chris's trike now has a brand new engine. More
Photo Heather Ray, Operation Migration

Yes, it's still raining. This makes down-day #4 in LaSalle County, Illinios. You remember that getting to this location took three tries. On the second try, pilot Chris had a scare in the air. Click on the photo above to see the rest of that story!

CraneCam is LIVE each day from 6:30 to 10:00 a.m. and again from 3:30 to 4:30 in the afternoon, just before sunset. The TrikeCam is LIVE during flights.

In the Classroom

  • (a) After reading today's slide show, answer: When have your friends helped you with a situation? When have you helped your friends? How do you feel as you think about those times?
  • (b-for-bonus) After final word from Operation Migration, these are the miles flown per leg of the migration so far: 5 miles to Stopover #1; 18 miles to Stopover #2; 26.4 miles to Stopover #3; 47 miles to Stopover #2 miles to Stopover #4; 34 miles to Stopover #5; 55 miles to Stopover #6. What's the total? At this point (Day 35), what's the average distance covered per day? What two numbers affect the average?
  • Migration History: Click here to see where the team was a year ago today. Scan the headlines to see what caused delays.

Journey North is pleased to feature this educational adventure presented in cooperation with the Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership (WCEP).
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