I was asked less than two weeks ago if I knew the fate of this airplane. She is loved around the globe and if you follow Seaplanemagazine.com on Facebook, you can see that there are a TON of people who would love to see her fly and attend events.
Been running my ass off to make the bridge between the past, the present and the future - happen. Our industry lives and dies by how we
connect the dots.
John Staber is the PERFECT example. He doesn't post here a lot because he may think that what he has to say isn't all that important. But I am the one who gets emails from Europe and Dubai, asking when his next series of articles on the Lake will come out.
There is a vacuum between the past and the future (#TheFutureOfWaterflying) <- Google it!
Dave Quam was is cool enough to send me 38 carefully compiled links to his video's he has created to preserve history. And I will feature them proudly, once a week, for almost tge rest of 2018. My readers will just have to put up with it!
Truth is: Most will just love it!
We have work to do, before our industry is what "these old guys" worked so hard for and set out for it to be. I am lucky, because I am allowed to be part of this story.
Thanks Dave Quam and JJFrey!
"Perserverance, attitude and luck" ..who would have thought?