The rear wheel digs itself deep into the loose snow during the landing at Wasa. Photo: Henrik Törnberg

Crew in front of airplane

The Canadian crew at Lidia. Photo: Henrik Törnberg

Breakfast at Seven and then meeting with the pilot and a talk with our colleague at Wasa.

We had our fingers crossed since last night and it actually seemed to have helped. Weather is now good at both Troll and Wasa.

10:30 – we are in the air and the flight to Wasa takes two hours. Lidia is a alert but noisy 75-year-old and are missing pressure cabin. The landing at the Wasa turns out to be a bumpy one, the rear wheel is missing a landing skis and digs deep into the loose snow.

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