Octogenarian pilot heads for natal town | TheUnion.com

Octogenarian pilot heads for natal town

Harold Wolf, 80, a former Nevada County Airport manager, and his wife Pat have embarked on a 4,000-mile journey in a 125-horsepower Cessna 152.

The Wolfs took off on Friday, heading toward St. Francisville, Ill., Harold Wolf’s birthplace on the Wabash River. By the time they return home, the Wolfs will have covered about 4,000 miles in their small aircraft.


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