San Diego pilot Robert Gannon turned 60 in September, and he thinks it is time to settle down. According to a report in the San Diego Union-Tribune, Gannon has returned to Gillespie Field in his 42-year-old Cessna 182, Lucky Lady Too, completing a 10-year odyssey that has taken him to 155 countries and all 50 states. The story notes: Gannon has landed Lucky Lady Too in 1,200 places, from open fields to hard-packed red dirt strips to sophisticated runways. He’s circled the globe twice — once in each direction — and flown over the North Pole, rarely staying more than two nights at any one place. Read the full story here.
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