Most of our listeners don't know Greg Willard, and for good reason. Like many of us, Greg flies a bit under the radar, leveraging General Aviation as a wonderful enabler of so many non-aviation goals. Whether it is for business or pleasure, Greg sees the real value of using GA as a time machine.
However, Greg's a little different than your average private pilot, as he has earned the good fortune to own and fly two beautiful planes, a Cessna Corvallis TT and an Aviat Husky. How he came to own these two planes and his experiences flying them is a fun story and raises several questions. How does he decide which one to fly? Does he let one mechanic work on both planes, or does he split the work based on familiarity and experience with each model? Does his spouse prefer one over the other? Does he?
Marc had the same questions and Greg was happy to answer them with the passion and candor we expect from a fellow aviator. Listen and learn what it's like to own and fly two very different planes. As for how to decide which one to fly, I'm going with Eeny, Meany, Minie, Moe.
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