They all walked to the store and then sent a teamster with a team of horses and a sleigh to pick up the baggage and freight." E. "Well, we didn't even have maps." Finally, his own company started, with a war buddy, Milt Ashton, as general manager and with a fellow pilot [Glenn Morris?some text unreadable], Ted Stull, as vice president in charge of maintenance. A while ago, a sourdough got hold of Ted Stull and said he had a hunch about a place up along the Sachlgo River. To file a claim you've got to make a shot of doing some work on it, so this fellow just goes through the motions because he's not ready to work it yet, runs a diamond drill down any old where and dulls out 0-a-ton ore.

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Watson Lake is a key target for vintage-aircraft hunters, mainly because of the area’s sheer volume of air crashes." While browsing my database (16Nov16) for random updates I came across, while googling, images that served as an update for a Douglas DC-3 (C-47D 43-49403, c/n 26664/15219) wreck near Gustavus, Glacier Bay in Alaska.

sent me this photo and email in June 2014: "I came across the email from Mr. I don’t know Ken at all, but was intrigued by his comments about a B-17 in a lake NE of Whitehorse. A B-17 crash landed SW of Whitehorse, on Bennett Lake near Carcross (1940s), but it was later retrieved from shallow waters. This Boeing B-17 was taking part in a search for a RCAF Mitchell that had gone missing the summer of 1952. (Ted) Stull, 52, a well-known figure in Canadian commercial aviation, died here Saturday after a brief illness. Stull, a veteran of more than 30 years in air transport, was "Western Region Operations Manager" for Trans-Canada Air Lines.

He immediately went to help and amazingly there were no serious injuries!

; He took the pilot and passengers (I think there were three in total) to the nearest hospital (Arborg, which is about 16 miles away) to get checked out.

The 2 others are being restored at sites in Pima, California, and Akron, Ohio.

Watson Lake’s B-26 belongs in a Yukon museum, rather than a museum down south.

" (No, I have not - Avro Lincoln (correction by Ken Ettie) that sits in the lake at Watson Lake, Yukon.

Apparently there is also a B-17 in a lake, north east of Whitehorse (was the subject of a hush-hush recovery attempt about 10 yeras ago, allegedly). There is also a Goose or Gosling at the bottom of a pot hole lake near Beaver Creek and was checked out by divers.

) Ken Ettie also wrote me in june 2017, making me aware of this 2009 event: RCMP seize salvaged bomber -by Tristin Hopper, 05Jun2009 Part of the text reproduced here (I have no photos to share): "An Alberta couple’s attempt to salvage a piece of Second World War aviation history has been cut short by Yukon authorities.