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About Peterson Conway
Peterson Conway flies his X-Cub among the 800+ airstrips in the backcountry of Idaho, and during the winter, along the central coast of California. He learned to fly as a cure to heartbreak at a young age, finding the views aloft a balm to the confusion of growing up. He was turned on to aviation thanks to an influential uncle, who happened to also be the lead engineer on Boeing's 737, and who insisted that “no matter what happens, always first fly the plane.”
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