November 2005 Issue
Six Pilots, Three Airplanes, One Great Adventure
Flying through Alaska and Western Canada is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Hello, my name is Ted. I'm with a group of six guys over here at Prince George Airport, and we're looking for a place to stay tonight." It was Wednesday evening, 6 p.m., and we'd just completed our second leg of the day, a short 1-hour jaunt from nearby Mackenzie--a side trip necessary simply because we were starving. The only food at that airport consisted of Doritos and Oreos, and nobody had volunteered to boil water for freeze-dried food again. We'd flown more than 1500 miles over three days, and we had another 500 to go.
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