The Long Journey Home
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Learning how to accurately use thrust and boost to move between planets takes a while to master, but once you get the hang of using gravity wells to affect your trajectory (so you can eventually enter a geosynchronous orbit) it adds an invigorating agency that's often ignored by space exploration simulators. In fact, most of The Long Journey Home's systems are all about getting your head around the importance of doing everything manually. There are no training wheels here. You'll need to learn to accurately control the lander you send to mine resources on each new planet, because one false move can send it crashing into the ground. Environmental changes such as storms can really affect an already unwieldy control model that reacts to the slightest misjudgement in thrust or rotation. Once you land, you'll get to scan certain points of interest (such as the giant bones of long-dead leviathans), but the damage you'll take to get there doesn't often warrant the trip itself.
Among the deaths were the three boys from the Wind River Reservation. Little Plume died on April 15, 1882, having been at Carlisle for just over a year. Horse died on June 12, 1882, and Little Chief died on January 22, 1883. All three were buried in the cemetery, and their remains, along with the rest of the cemetery, were relocated in the 1920s because of construction.
Progress is slow and repetitive. You space jump between star systems, with the aim of getting progressively closer to home. But to do this you need to ensure you keep on top of your fuel through either harvesting resources or trading. Furthermore, you need to ensure the well-being of your ship and crew. You do this by alternating between ship and lander navigation, but it never really changes beyond these simple flight concepts. And to make matters worse, the lander control can be very fiddly and frustrating. Gravity and other weather conditions can make landing difficult. Sometimes a simple landing mission can result in serious damage and harm to your crew. This is a far cry from the intention of gathering resources and improve your current situation.
The Long Journey Home takes a relatively hands-off approach to support you through some of its complicated menus and methods of progression. There are brief tutorial messages that pop up, but these are often succinct, giving you the minimum information rather than elaborating on various mechanics. It took me far too long, for example, to understand how I went about trading my resources for money. Such a barrier to entry is off-putting, especially when the controls can be fiddly. In fact, the best thing that happened to me was a couple of hours into my first playthrough. I accidentally managed to run out of fuel, and decimate my entire crew through suffocation. It meant I had to start again from the beginning and was actually a blessing in disguise. I went into my second adventure with more knowledge about how the basics worked. I had a bit more of a clue about what I should be doing, which made the game more fun.
Especially when starting a new gaming session, generating and loading the necessary parts of the game takes a long time, during which the game may appear frozen. Best tip is to simply wait a bit for the game to load and not worry about it appearing frozen.
2020 began as a normal year for the Dr Fridtjof Nansen, the only marine research vessel to fly the United Nations flag. With an ambitious schedule of survey voyages, the Nansen was meant to sail along West Africa, collecting data off the coast and in the deep-seas for its research into the state of marine resources and the health of our oceans, a mission it has held since 1975.
The outbreak, however, quickly caused ports to close, and the Nansen and its crew had to radically change plans. Unable to continue with its research voyage, the Dr Fridtjof Nansen was recalled to its home port, thousands of kilometres away in Bergen, Norway.
Of the 21 scientists aboard, in the end, only 14 could disembark: 11 nationals in Morocco and three in Spain. The border closures and restrictions on movement meant that the seven scientists from the Gambia, Mauritania and Senegal were unable to return to their home countries.
In total, it was a 10 day-journey. Thankfully this time spent on board was accepted as part of the required quarantine time, so scientists only had to stay on board for an additional four days, then they were able to move to a hotel.
The Programme staff at FAO made sure that their African colleagues felt as comfortable as possible in Norway and worked non-stop with the Norwegian and African authorities to ensure their return home.
As of June, the border restrictions started easing, allowing the African scientists to fly back to their countries, and the families, colleagues and friends who have been eagerly awaiting their return. The Dr. Fridtjof Nansen is hoping to be back on the seas later this year to continue supporting countries in managing ocean resources sustainably. For now though, the modern-day odyssey has come to an end; the scientists are home, and while COVID-19 has brought many challenges, it has also brought opportunities for learning, growth, international collaboration and even a little adventure.
\"Coming home is always the better trip,\" said Chief Warrant Officer 3 Joseph Moseley. \"Generally, there is a tailwind with the winds coming from the west. So instead of flying against the winds to get [to NTC], we were flying with it on the way back. It's like we are being pushed back home.\"
Once they stopped rolling, everyone gathered their belongings and performed after-flight inspections and procedures. When they were all happy with their bird's condition, they headed into a building similar to a clubhouse at a golf course.
This is the story of two Lipan Apache children who were captured along the Texas-Mexican border in 1877 by the 4th U.S. Cavalry after massacring almost everyone in their village. Kasetta and her brother, Jack, lived with a military family before being sent to the Carlisle boarding school in Pennsylvania. They then each lived with different families and Kasetta bore a son, who was sent to the Carlisle school upon her death. The children were never forgotten by their families, who did not know what had happened to them or where they were buried until two centuries later. In 2009, Lipan Apache descendants traveled to Carlisle to offer their blessings and send their Lost Ones home.
Many African cultures believe it takes a community to raise a child. It also takes a community of people, organizations, and supporters to rescue eleven lions from Ukraine and bring them to their forever homes for the holidays. The end-of-year holidays are traditionally a time to reconnect with family. Thus, it seems appropriate to end the year by telling the story of the long journey home to forever sanctuaries in the USA and South Africa for eleven lions in time for the holiday season.
It is no simple matter to move large predators around the world. The journey these eleven lions (nine adults and two cubs) undertook called on the diverse experiences, logistic and coordination skills, and resources of numerous individuals, organizations, and corporations. The discussions over the need to move the lions began in the first quarter of 2022 when the owner of Biopark Odesa (the city zoo) approached Lionel de Lange of Warriors of Wildlife (WOW) about the need to move their nine lions. With the city under constant threat of attacks by the Russians, the Biopark Odesa was no longer a safe place for the lions. De Lange agreed to help and thus began the mobilization of many others to accomplish the long journey home for these lions.
The first task was to find a temporary home for the lions outside Ukraine while forever sanctuary homes and the required travel and country entry permits were obtained. Although several possible temporary locations were identified, most were already at maximum capacity and could not take the lions. Fortunately, the Targu Mures zoo in Romania had space and agreed to take the lions but could only provide a waystation for four months. Tick Tock.
The actual physical move began at the end of May 2022. The transport team included a group of British army veterans, Gemma Campling, a veterinarian from Worldwide Vets, and de Lange. On May 31, the lions were readied for the journey by Gemma Campling. They were sedated and given health checks and vaccinations before being placed into crates and loaded onto three vehicles, a Ford van, an ex-military truck, and a converted ambulance.
The initial plan was to take the lions across the Ukrainian/Romanian border, but the Russians destroyed the main bridge across the Danube River that separated the two countries. The alternative route took the lions on a lengthy detour through Moldova, a country sandwiched between Ukraine and Romania. The additional miles also meant that new paperwork was required for the authorities in Moldova. After a three-day journey from Odesa, the lions arrived safely at their temporary home, the Targu Mures zoo. The rescue operation now had four months to prepare for the next leg of the journey. Tick Tock.
Obtaining such licenses and permits can take a long time, sometimes as much as a year. Therefore, meeting the four-month deadline set by the Targu Mures zoo was a challenge. The US Fish & Wildlife Service is responsible for granting permission to import wild animals into America. The Wild Animal Sanctuary immediately launched the permit application process, while TIA, who had just received permission to bring two lions from Canada into the US, helped to facilitate the rapid approval of The Wild Animal Sanctuary application. Tick Tock
The Long Journey Home was written as a response to some startling lessons we have learned from the field of homelessness over the last decade. It is intended to serve as a guide to agencies looking for practical ideas about how to create trauma-informed environments. It is best viewed as a template and should be supplemented by your knowledge and expertise regarding the most effective adaptations for working with families in your own program. 59ce067264