This first picture is looking down on some very rugged mountains. Wow!! I sure would like to explore down there, but now I am too old for an adventure like that.
The last leg of his journey was in a propeller driven plane and the weather was not too clear. In fact, they went back out over the arctic ocean and circled and did figure eights and circled and. . . (you get the picture) until the clouds parted enough to be able to make a landing. The airport up there is only operated under VFR (Visual Flight Rules), since there is no tower. In fact, there isn't much of anything there.
This next picture shows a shadow on the clouds of the plane he was in.
He made it safe and sound and he took this picture from the window in his room:
The only thing missing in this picture is a big moose or a muskox. Her is a picture of Alaskan muskoxen in their defensive formation. This picture was taken in the 1930's.
So, as you can see from this map of where the Muskox ranges are located, and that there should be some of them along the Alaskan North Slope. Of course there are both Polar Bears and Grizzly Bears in that area, too. It is an interesting area, for sure. Now, think about all that crisp, cool air up there and try to stay cool. It is going to be a week of upper 90's here in East Texas, but try and have a great day, you hear?