If a Tern can make such a large turn around…(context see taking-turns-at-both-poles)
Tiny instruments called geolocators were attached to a number of birds. About the weight of a paper clip, these amazing devices revealed that some terns flew an average of 56,000 miles (90,000 km) on the round-trip—the longest animal migration known. One bird flew nearly 60,000 miles (96,000 km)! [Awake! 2017 No. 4 excerpt]
Never Give UP!!…the seemingly impossible IS possible (with the Divine mind behind the design (aka God)!)!
of course, one may have to be willing to Go the Distance and follow an indirect path (aka an Arctic (Tern) Attitude)…:)
5/10/17 @ 10:39 p.m.