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Maybe Tomorrow (+O Miles)
December 1, 2010: Migration Day 53

See Lesson: GPS: A Snapshot in Time
Listen to Joe Duff's audio clip to hear how a GPS helps the ultralight pilots.

Winds aloft are roaring, but it's calmer on the ground. They'll stay another day in Hardin County, TN and hope to fly tomorrow. The cranes are content in their pen, but tornadoes, flood warnings, flash floods, rain and wind are making headlines in eastern states. Meanwhile, the photo above shows an essential piece of equipment for the ultralight pilots. What is it? Click on the photo for more, and also see today's "In the Classroom" questions.

In the Classroom: Journal or Discussion

(a) How would a GPS be especially helpful to pilots flying tiny, open-air ultralight planes? Think, then listen and compare your thoughts to pilot Joe Duff's words in this audio clip.

(b-for-bonus) Read the GPS above to answer five questions on this page!

Invitation: Did you vote today in the Pepsi Refresh Project? Your vote helps Operation Migration!

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