Duncan Thomas submitted this photo and note: “Flew my 1958 straight tail from Santa Monica up through Tongass National Forest in Alaska, weathered in for three days at Eagle Cabin on the middle Situk river, onto Seward, Soldovia and Kodiak. Back via Talkeetna, Whitehorse, and Hood River. Seen here at Akshiok International Airport. 6,000 miles, a lot of weather, 7.5 gph average, a leaking nose strut. Second time doing it. Every time a joy.”
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