2023 Midnight Sun Fly In

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Bruce Fenstermacher
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2023 Midnight Sun Fly In

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The Midnight Sun Fly In Association will be hosting the 2023 Midnight Sun Fly In from July 6 - 9, 2023 in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada. Planned activities include a bush pilot slideshow by Dominique Prinet, fly-out lunch, live entertainment, dockside dining, pancake breakfast, bush pilot memorial, and great aviation conversation. Experience incredible backcountry flying in Canada's spectacular Northwest Territories! Float and wheel planes welcome. See our website at http://www.midnightsunflyin.com for more information.
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Re: 2023 Midnight Sun Fly In

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I’m hoping to go, I am ashamed to say I have never been that far north in Canada.
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Site of the 1983 170 Convention. I’d had my 170 only a year at that time and just didn’t have the confidence then to take on a trip like that.
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I’m not sure I have sufficient confidence to do the trip now Miles.
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c170b53 wrote:I’m not sure I have sufficient confidence to do the trip now Miles.
I figured that anyone who would fly across the Bay of Fundy would fly anywhere. :wink:
I’ve been as close as Fort Nelson, on the way home from Anchorage.
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