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In , the Kings spent three months of a projected year-long stay in England, cut the sojourn short and returned home in mid-December, purchasing a new home in Center Lovell, Maine. After living there one summer, the Kings moved north to Orrington, near Bangor, so that Stephen could teach creative writing at the University of Maine at Orono.

The Kings returned to Center Lovell in the spring of In , the Kings purchased a second home in Bangor, retaining the Center Lovell house as a summer home. Stephen and Tabitha now spend winters in Florida and the remainder of the year at their Bangor and Center Lovell homes. Stephen is of Scots-Irish ancestry, stands 6'4" and weighs about pounds.

He is blue-eyed, fair-skinned, and has thick, black hair, with a frost of white most noticeable in his beard, which he sometimes wears between the end of the World Series and the opening of baseball spring training in Florida.

Occasionally he wears a moustache in other seasons.

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He has worn glasses since he was a child. Stephen and Tabitha provide scholarships for local high school students and contribute to many other local and national charities.

Please consider updating your browser at Microsoft's site , or trying a different browser such as Firefox , Opera or Chrome. The Second Trip: On a second, larger expedition Sept. Columbus established a base in Hispaniola and sailed around Hispaniola and along the length of southern Cuba.

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He spotted and named the island of Dominica on November 3, Columbus was the first European since the Viking Leif Ericsson to set foot on the mainland of America. Columbus is buried in eastern Hispaniola now called the Dominican Republic.

The book has 2 pages to print and makes 8 pages for the student to cut out, color, and write in. The words are: ship, trip, wave, ship, trip, wave, and "Can you think of another Columbus Day word? He divided the expedition team in two: one part, led by him, was to winter over and prepare for an attempt to fly over the pole.

The second team on Maud, under the command of Wisting, was to resume the original plan to drift over the North Pole in the ice. The ship drifted in the ice for three years east of the New Siberian Islands, never reaching the North Pole. It was finally seized by Amundsen's creditors as collateral for his mounting debt.

The attempt to fly over the Pole failed, too.

When their aircraft was damaged, they abandoned the journey. To raise additional funds, Amundsen traveled around the United States in on a lecture tour. Although he was unable to reach the North Pole, the scientific results of the expedition, mainly the work of Sverdrup, have proven to be of considerable value.

Much of the carefully collected scientific data was lost during the ill-fated journey of Peter Tessem and Paul Knutsen , two crew members sent on a mission by Amundsen. The scientific materials were later retrieved by Russian scientist Nikolay Urvantsev from where they had been abandoned on the shores of the Kara Sea.

It was the northernmost latitude reached by plane up to that time. The aircraft landed a few miles apart without radio contact, yet the crews managed to reunite.

The N was damaged.

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Amundsen and his crew worked for more than three weeks to clean up an airstrip to take off from ice. In the end, the six crew members were packed into the N In a remarkable feat, Riiser-Larsen took off, and they barely became airborne over the cracking ice.Has anyone ever had to give you first aid?

Have you seen any o f the TV shows or movies that they have been in? The first question should be simple present or continuous, and the second should be present perfect simple or continuous. Amundsen and his crew worked for more than three weeks to clean up an airstrip to take off from ice. I feel a bit sick.

With the help of a Monsoon wind they were able to cross the Indian Ocean and arrive in Calicut, India in less than a month. Now the body had to be dried.

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