Okay, calm down. Our marriage is fine, wonderful actually, though stretched across the globe. Yes, Paul used his accrued vacation time to go and visit his parents in Parsons, Kansas. He was gone from the family in PNG for a month. With Andrea facilitating/teaching two high school classes and the kids needing to be in […]
No, none of us suffered from a fall, but we can’t believe how fast the last half of 2021 was. Here is a brief recap: Paul has been busy in the hangar despite the ever changing restrictions and lack of trained pilots resulting in a significant decrease in flight hours. Maintenance used time to get […]
Much has happened in the past week and we felt the need to send out a brief update to dispel rumors and off load our regular future newsletter. Regions of Papua New Guinea (PNG) have been hit again with a wave of COVID cases and this time it has affected us here in the highlands. […]
Paul is an aircraft mechanic (“aircraft engineer” on this side of the world) with Ethnos360 Aviation. The fleet of aircraft that we maintain includes three Kodiak airplanes and a Bell Long Ranger helicopter. Soon we will be adding a different type of helicopter to our fleet — the Robinson R66 helicopters!
Papua New Guinea is a very rugged country with dense rain forest covering most of the land. What can take days to hike on foot and/or travel by ...