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IN SEARCH OF NOAH’S ARK: Part 11 — Completing God’s task

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Buy some bread?
A boy offers to sell some fresh bread on the streets of Dobi, Turkey. Photo by Chuck Hughes
DOBI, Turkey (BP)--Following are journal entries from two men in search of Noah's Ark.
      CHUCK: We have to be at the Ankara airport before 3:20 a.m. to catch our international flight to Amsterdam. The roads are under construction in some places, and it is hard to maintain top speed. Not to mention that the little car we are driving can only manage about 90 to 100 mph.
      I take the wheel first, and we
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Fresh produce
A street vendor pushes a cart full of produce. Photo by Chuck Hughes

head across country. We have daylight for the first three to four hours. Dusk in the mountains is a bit treacherous. Shadows obscure the road in places, and the sun glare blinds you coming over the hilltops. But as long as we maintain our 80 to 90 mph average, we believe we can make the airport in time.
      Tom winces a few times when I pass a large truck and pop back in the lane just in time to miss the truck coming from the opposite direction.

IN SEARCH OF NOAH’S ARK: Part 9 — Change of plans

DOBI, Turkey (BP)--Following are journal entries from two men in search of Noah's Ark.

IN SEARCH OF NOAH’S ARK: Part 8 — The outpost commander

DOBI, Turkey (BP)--Following are journal entries from two men in search of Noah's Ark.

IN SEARCH OF NOAH’S ARK: Part 7 — Hassan Baba, ‘keeper of the Ark’

DOBI, Turkey (BP)--Following are journal entries from two men in search of Noah's Ark.
      CHUCK: After our battle with the rocky hillock, our drive is pretty peaceful. We arrive at the Durupinar site, named after a Turkish military captain who reported an unusual formation pointed out to him by a local shepherd. This is the site researched by Ron Wyatt and David Fasold, which the Turkish government formally identified as the resting place of Noah's Ark.

IN SEARCH OF NOAH’S ARK: Part 6 — The Ishak Pasha castle

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Out of sight
According to legend, the owner of Ishak Pasha was a brigand who robbed caravans along the Silk Road. He deliberately built his castle out of sight of the "holy mountain." Photo by Chuck Hughes
DOBI, Turkey (BP)--Following are journal entries from two men in search of Noah's Ark.

IN SEARCH OF NOAH’S ARK: Part 5 — At the foot of Ararat

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In the distance
Ararat rises in the distance beyond a neighborhood in Dobi, where members of the Turkish Mountaineering Federation met to prepare for the annual "Victory Climb" of the mountain. Photo by Chuck Hughes
DOBI, Turkey (BP)--Following are journal entries from two men in search of Noah's Ark.

IN SEARCH OF NOAH’S ARK: Part 4 — Accosted by a ‘bandit’

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Spanning time
This ancient bridge, called Inhali, was built in 130 A.D. by a Seljuk tribe after the region was invaded by the Huns. Photo by Chuck Hughes
ANKARA, Turkey (BP)--Following are journal entries from two men in search of Noah's Ark.

IN SEARCH OF NOAH’S ARK: Part 3 — What if the stories are true?

ANKARA, Turkey (BP)--Following are journal entries from two men in search of Noah's Ark.

IN SEARCH OF NOAH’S ARK, Part 2 — Arrival in Ankara

ANKARA, Turkey (BP)--Following are journal entries from two men in search of Noah's Ark.

IN SEARCH OF NOAH’S ARK: Part 1 — The journey begins

ATLANTA (BP)--Following are journal entries from two men in search of Noah's Ark.