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Not sure what is up with my GPS. The latitude and longitude numbers are all weird... nothing like I am used to in AZ!
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Strange for sure, my GPS is just fine. Might be magnetic interference or something.....Heck, those numbers would indicate you're in southwest Iceland....

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If you are not in the southwestern part of Iceland, it's time for a new GPS.


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Craig is channeling Björk.
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So what happens if you move a few blocks?  Seen any black helicopters?  I do know that I have been out over at Avon Park and during certain exercises the screen on my GPS would suddenly go blank.  That's the strong Ju-Ju they have over there though.  Dennis
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That's great 👍 !

WC? Water closet? Or Wreck chasers?

Have a blast in Iceland, Craig.

Hey you missed a cool day today in Phoenix.
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Day one was pretty good, two P-38Fs and an Avro Anson. One of the P-38s was probably one of the best that I have been to (excluding the Maid of Harlich). Pretty excited about the Anson as I have not been to many RAF sites. Speaking of sites, I have a couple of Luftwaffe crashes in my "sights" for later. Day two was an RAF Hudson and then an USAAF UC-64. This trip has been one we have been planning with two other couples for the last two years to camp and explore the "highlands" in Iceland. One of the couples shipped their 4X4 Sprinter van over and arrived a week and a half early. They agreed to drive me around and look for crashes until the rest of the of the group shows up. My wife and the other couple arrive Sept 1, and we are each renting 4X4 campers. I will probably be able to sneak in a few more sites the remaining two weeks, but it will not be multiple sites a day every day list his first week!

Will try to post picts of each site, but here are a couple teasers.

Have trouble posting photos, but a link to my SmugMug album:
https://aair.smugmug.com/Iceland



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Dang Chris, that would have been a good day to get out in PHX!
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Craig,

Nice photos, looking forward to more later.


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I am going to post the individual site photos in a new thread under the Expedition Reports & Found Aircraft folder at:
https://pacaeropress.websitetoolbox.com/post/aair-iceland-expedition-10255906?pid=1309400823#post1309400823

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