Huskies to Wyoming

July 31, 2012 by Craig Fuller

The Huskies arrived safely in Alpine, Wyoming.

On Monday, Dave Hirschman, flying the Tougher Than a Tornado Sweepstakes Husky, and I headed west en route to Wyoming. The scenery was spectacular. We flew along the Missouri River near Pierre, South Dakota, before stopping in Alpine, Wyoming.

This morning, we took the Sweeps Husky to the Afton, Wyoming, Aviat factory for its annual. Dave and I received a warm welcome as we brought the plane home one last time. The next stop for that beautiful aircraft will be AOPA’s Aviation Summit in Palm Springs, California, where we will give it away to one very lucky winner. I know it will be hard to part with, as every sweepstakes plane is. But this time the blow will be softened by knowing I have a Husky of my own waiting in the hangar.

 As for me and my Husky, we’ll be flying around this area for the next couple of days, enjoying the scenery and the company of other Husky enthusiasts.

A view of the Tougher Than a Tornado Husky as we fly along the Missouri River near Pierre, South Dakota.

 

2 Responses to “Huskies to Wyoming”

  1. Charlie Branch Says:

    Any chance of sending the Husky and/or an AOPA display to COE for Heritage Wings August 13-20?

    FAASTeam from the Spokane FSDO will be conducting WINGS training that weekend, too.

    From a member of the Coeur d’Alene Airport Association.. (www.heritagewings.org)

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