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During the 1960s and 1970s, Larry Whitesitt of Spokane, Washington, was a bush pilot, flying de Havilland Beaver sea planes and ski planes out of the Yukon into British Columbia and Northwest Territories - vast rugged northern wilderness areas. This story begins in the cockpit of 734 Uniform Whiskey, a small plane he flew alone to the Inuit Village of Tuktoyaktuk, NW Territories, located on the shores of the Arctic Ocean. Larry reflects on his adventures, which include encounters with mean grizzly bears and great fishing trips. The story ends with Larry's last flight into his beloved north - a flight recorded on video. This book is dedicated to Larry's grandchildren, Daniel, Kaitlyn and Gavin. Published by: Whitesitt Aviation Books, Fairfield, WA Larry L. Whitesitt, Publisher
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Larry Whitesitt is a Bush Pilot ATP and author of "Flight of the Red Beaver: A Yukon Adventure."
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Book Description Larry L. Whitesitt, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # SONG0962908509