A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: Hewitt Schlereth
Date: 2016 Jul 5, 18:43 -0700
On Jul 5, 2016, at 6:08 PM, Frank Reed <NoReply_FrankReed@fer3.com> wrote:
Canadian Bob Goethe wrote:
"'Astro Nav' seems to be more British.
Probably there is somebody at Vanderbilt, with responsibility for funding this course, who is taken with the idea of wearing an ascot. Probably they took elocution lessons from sombody in Cambridge, in the hopes that it would add 10 points to their IQ."
And Canadian Robert Eno wrote:
"To the best of my knowledge, the term 'astro-navigation' is a British term,
but I can also include Canada in that camp, who unlike our rebellious cousins to the south, decided to stay within the warm embrace of the English Monarchy. An no, Canadians do not wear ascots nor do we say 'pip-pip'."
Ahh... two Canadians separated by a common language!
It's all just a reminder that the practice of navigation is cultural as well as scientific.