Amazing Nova Scotia scenery awaits flyers
from The Chronicle Herald
Nova Scotia is a province long known for its seafaring tradition. But the province is as spectacular from the air as it is sailing its seas, and every bit as habit-forming. Just ask Gordon Squires. Squires has been flying small aircraft for years, logging hundreds of flights in his 1960 single-engine Piper Comanche aircraft based at the Waterville municipal airport in Kings County. "Nova Scotia is an amazing place for small planes," he said while preparing his 180-horsepower aircraft for a flight.
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