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In 1979, while Michael Gobuty was majority owner and president of the Winnipeg Arena, their home arena, expanded to contain 15 250 seats. The Jets also entered the Smythe Division of the NHL. However, according to the provisions of the merger, they had to sacrifice 10 players. As the Jets failed to make it to the finals, they accumulated losses and concerns increased that the team would be sold to American interests. In 1991, the team was sold to a Canadian group that received financial aid from the province, which promised to keep the team in Winnipeg. The absence of a modern stadium and pay increases for better players lead to the team going bankrupt. In 1995, the Jets were about to be sold to Minneapolis. Even if the three levels of government agreed to build another stadium, a new group of buyers was need. A new group formed in 1995 but was not able raise the funds necessary for the survival of the team. The Jets then passed into the hands of American interests and on 1 July 1996, they officially renamed the team the Phoenix Coyotes.
Stephanie, this is a lovely hub with matching photos. It sounds like a dream vacation to do it via RV. Voted up for beautiful! Peggy W - Thanks so much for the link. Your hub on 3 national Parks in Washington was great and I will be linking to it in my hubs on Olympic National Park. I do think we share a love of nature and of our country's beautiful and amazing National Park system, and I'm always happy to read your hubs on them. Thanks for the share, Peggy! I'm so glad you enjoyed this hub on RVing the Washington Coast. Thanks for reading and commenting! Very enjoyable. Fantastic pics! I just published a hub about the 3 national parks in Washington and was happy to be able to add a link from this marvelous hub to mine about the Olympic National Park. Thought that you would want to know. This time sharing your hub with my followers. Mperrottet - I agree that Olympic National Park is one of the most beautiful National Parks. I'm so glad you enjoyed the article - thanks so much for your very nice comments and for the up votes!
Olympic National Park is one of my very favorite National Parks. There's so much so see and do, and the scenery is breathtaking. Wonderful hub, Stephanie - voted up, useful, interesting and awesome and beautiful. Ayliss08 - The Olympic National Park on the Washington coast is one of the most beautiful and diverse places in this country. I know you will enjoy it when you visit someday. Thanks for your comment! I hope I will have the chance to visit the Olympic National Park, to enjoy its great beauty. It truly was a beautiful spot to enjoy a meal. The visibility driving up that mountain became just about zero which is why we turned around and went to "Plan B" and enjoyed Lake Crescent. It would be a hard choice for me to make to list a favorite National Park. There are just too many with different types of beauty. I loved seeing the pictures you included in this hub! You take great pictures! Olympic National Park was one of our very favorite National Parks. I guess we were just lucky because we had clear days when driving up to Hurricane Ridge and sunny weather while we were on the coast. We did run into fog on one of our other drives that cut visibility to almost zero - scary! Lake Crescent is gorgeous, too. The lodge must have been a lovely place to have a meal. Oh YES I would enjoy visiting the Olympic National Park! I love each and every National Park I have ever seen. So we drove back down and visited Lake Crescent Lodge and had a meal there. So enjoyed this hub and your fantastic pictures!
If you're thinking about taking a trip to see the northern lights and wondering where the best places to see them are then, welcome - you are in the right place! There's plenty of information here for the aurora chasers among you on where to travel in Europe, America or Canada to get the best view of the northern lights. Also covered are the best locations in Greenland, Iceland and Russia so there really is no excuse to not start planning your northern lights holiday straight away. The first thing to do when planning your northern lights holiday, is to identify the type of holiday you would like whether it be a cruise, a package tour or a DIY vacation. Then you'll need to consider the easiest country for you to travel to, to see the aurora borealis. Wherever you live, you are going to need to travel North to the arctic circle (the aurora belt). Of course if you are planning an Alaskan or Norweigan Cruise, then some of this information won't apply to you as aurora cruises are already planned at the best times of year to see the northern lights.