Understatement of the day:
Mr McCully, who was on the flight, said: “We clearly knew that there was a capacity for this to have an untidy end, and we were enormously relieved that it didn’t.”
He was one of 117 passengers on an RNZAF Boeing 757 to Antarctica carrying which had to circle the Pegasus airstrip near Scott Base for 2 hours on Monday and made two aborted approaches before making an emergency landing in reduced visibility and freezing fog.
Monday’s questions were:
1. From where was the telegram alerting the world to the death of Robert Falcon Scott and his party in Antarctica sent?
2. Who wrote The Dot?
3. Who said: The cow is of the bovine ilk;/One end is moo, the other milk?
4. Which city would I be in if I was standing on the north bank of the Firth of Tay?
5. These are the flags of which countries:
Congratulations, and an electronic bunch of flowers to Ray who got 5/5.
Kismet gets a couple of points for getting two answers right and Inventory 2 gets one for trying,
Tuesday’s answers follow the break:
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