Friday, March 09, 2007

Clovis man they are not

It's theorized that the Americas were originally populated by migrations of humans crossing ice or land bridges on the Bering Strait in Alaska. But not these guys.
The AP is reporting that National Guard officials mounted a rescue effort Thursday for two Korean backpackers stranded on an ice floe in the Bering Strait. The backpackers were trying to walk across the ice pack from Russia and Alaska but somehow became stranded.

1 comment:

MENBAH! said...

They needed more hustle, less floe.