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At Cascade Airport: Arnold Aviation
Reductions:for real money prizes contain all tax. There is no price guarantee. At Arnold Aviation, we understand our customers' needs, and they just take good pride in looking after us. It' always a treat to fly to Cascade. On Saturday I stumbled on a flight week-end and stumbled across my generator in the hinterland. Gone to Arnold in Cascade and they drop what they did to substitute the generator and strap (I have no clue why they had one in stock!) in an hour. Mmm.
Your prices were more than adequate for a Saturday afternoons or every workday. This is the place where you can refuel if you go from Johnson Crk to the north. Simple accessibility, quick servicing and good value for money. If you' re flying to Idaho, Arnold Aviation is the place for you. Jump over McCall, go to Cascade!
The Arnold and his love of aviation
As so many guys in his childhood Arnie had a passion for aviation and he liked to build balsamic wooden cubes. Approximately a mile away from his house, on the edge of Latrobe Country Club, was a small international airfield. He lied for over 18,000 flight hour, but he always recalled what it was like to live before he went into the air.
In 1955, when he took part in the prototype for the first time, he and Winnie Caravaning drove all over the land in a caravan that they both had to rent from their parent to pay for it. Arnie says: "The pendant we found was a decent little device in the form of a nineteen-foot long bread wheel with a small galley, a small master bedroom and a very small bathroom.
Running continuously from competition to competition took its toll. What a tribute!
Backcountry pilot Ray Arnold.
Arnold comes as near to the skill of flyin' behind a back-country as anyone else. It is definitely the most interesting postal way in the lower 48 years! Arnold is really their life bloodline for the whole wide globe for those who spend long periods living from the next mailroom. Idaho' s congress delegate had to persuade the postmaster of the importance of Arnold' s postal run when the postal service tried to reduce it.
"but we carry a great deal of cargo and many travellers on the postal routes. There is nothing else in the 48 states, and we have a great many postmen like today; and it is a good chance for the postmen to see the hinterland.
" The Arnold follows in the steps of other legends who have been supplying the hinterland with groceries and gear since the 1930s... Men like Penn Stohr and Bill Woods. Like her, Arnold had his fair share of tight deadlines. More â " what do you say about youngsters â " was younger and more resilient?
" He still recalls some of the classical vintage cars, such as Buckskin Bill, who stayed on the Salmon River until his demise in 1980. "Arnold says he was a good actor." "He was always in his suede and so clothed and met folks. "There is a tale that seems to embody what Ray Arnold means to the country.
"We started with a paramedic and made our way to Yellow Pine. Yellow Pine landing strip in front of the paramedic. Before we could get him set up, it was almost 10:00 in the evening. "Then I let two snowmobiles go down to the end of the strip, and the remainder of them sprawled across the Yellow Pine overpass.
" Now, in the 1970s, Ray Arnold allows himself to think of retiring, without the permanent responsibility of the hinterland. "Well, I love the work, but mostly the guys you know. Instead, the fellowships we have had over the years, and the friends we know, are still there.
"I' ll tell folks if anyone comes and makes me a good , but right now I am planning to at least sign this deal, which will last another three years.