, , Thinkware Dash Cam F50 8 990 Thinkware Dash Cam F770 21 990. Sammy Kogvik told his 'boss' — expedition leader Adrian Schimnowski — about the mast he saw sticking out of the water at least six years prior.It was the account that Gjoa Haven's Sammy Kogvik gave his "boss" — expedition leader Adrian Schimnowski — about the mast he saw sticking out of the water that led to the discovery of Sir John Franklin's ill-fated ship HMS Terror, found earlier this month in the aptly named Terror Bay."I didn't know if he would believe me," Kogvik, whose first language is Inuktitut, told CBC this week. might be one of those old ships that they've been looking for." Kogvik says he pulled out his camera and had his friend take a photo of him and the mast.especially people from the South." He said he's learned that the Inuit know the land better than anyone else."We are in the backyard of the Inuit, so we should listen and learn as much as we can." The crew of the Martin Bergmann took part in a community feast in Gjoa Haven on Wednesday night to celebrate the find, complete with throat singing, drum dancing and square dancing.
Yatim’s death, his first comments since the shooting.
"I start thinking maybe I should tell my boss about this mast we found six, seven, eight years ago," Kogvik said.