You are the copilot - with your cousin, Eddie --of Polaris 180, a small airplane. Through bad weather and mechanical difficulties, you and Eddie fly supplies to people who live in remote areas all over Alaska. When you make an emergency landing in Blue Foot Lake, you meet some archaelogists and explore a cave where prehistoric bones have been discovered. You also run into an angry mother bear and her cubs, and a kidnapped millionaire. But the most thrilling adventure of all happens when Eddie is knocked unconscious -and you have to fly the plane all by yourself!
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