Rarotonga waves

This time we arrived in Rarotonga and were in for a surprise: walking out of the airplane, it was cold! The temperature probably was only 65°F and the humidity was quite low. The wind was blowing hard, and the palm trees swayed and fluttered in the gusts like cheerleader’s pom poms. It took us a … Read more

Kona, the first tropical paradise

The flight from Anchorage to Kona on one of the worlds premier executive jets should not, really, take 8.5 hours. And it would not, had we not tooled along at 250 knots, descending to 500 feet over the water every 40 minutes or so. So while the instruments on board are measuring the outside air … Read more

On the road again

  Have you noticed that the time flies? It has been over a month since we came back from Phase 4 of the Global Project, yet it seems that only a day passed. And here we are, on the road again. We are heading for Anchorage, where the summer is in full swing and, perhaps, … Read more

You may have been on Global Ops if…

You can pack your bags, check out of the hotel and be headed to the airport in less than 8 minutes. And you have done this six times in the last two weeks. You walk out into the parking lot and have to really think hard to remember what kind of car you are driving … Read more