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Margie Steigerwald, spokeswoman for the park, told the Anchorage Daily News the bodies were recovered less than two miles from where Renken and Huffman were dropped off by a bush pilot on June 22.
The Alaska Trophy Hunts website described Shankster as a bush pilot, trapper, tanner and master guide working in Alaska since 1985.
Interviewees include Alaska bush pilot and all-around adventurer Leighan Falley and professional skier, adventurer, and storyteller Brody Levin.
Peter Gould also mentions that after the events of the finale, Jesse might have fled to New Zealand to become a bush pilot, which, sure, why not?
Ben Kellie took a short path from helping his bush pilot father in Nikiski to launching SpaceX rockets in California.
The company consulted first responders, the military, bush pilots, doctors, mountain guides and others on the Seventy2 and cross-referenced their work with ready.gov, the Federal Emergency Management Agency and other emergency responders.
This is the same immutable sky that Markham knew sleeping out as a bush pilot, and also as a girl in Njoro.
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BUSH PILOT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bush pilot for English Language Learners
: a pilot who flies a small airplane into areas that are hard to reach
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