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About Skip Curtis
Kenton "Skip" Curtis has now been flying for over 22 years and enjoys flying his 1974 Beech Sport, which he purchased in 1998. He has about 800 hours to date and flies about every ten days from his base in Brenham, Texas (11R). Skip's father, uncle, and brother were also pilots so flying is definitely in the family. His dad and uncle flew biplanes from the pastures of the family farm in the late 20s and early 30s in upstate New York. He usually takes his dog Jonah (he does wear his Mutt Muffs) with him on most trips, except during the very hot summers in the Lone Star state.
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