To most of us, flying is simply a fast and efficient way of getting from here to there. For the last 75 years, Kenmore Air has shown it can be so much more.
How an iconic seaplane and observation tower came to define the Pacific Northwest experience.
An iconic fixture of the Seattle skyline, seaplanes have been landing and taking off from Lake Union since 1914.
At the corner of Bothell Way and 73rd, where traffic is common and horns often honk, Gaul Culley and Staci Adman are adding the finishing touches to the Kenmore Mural.
It wasn’t the first seaplane Kenmore Air ever purchased. It wasn’t even the first de Havilland Beaver. But Six-Six-Zulu is definitely the best-loved member of Kenmore’s fleet.
Known to some as the Harley Davidson of the sky, the de Havilland Beaver’s squat-nosed appearance has a rugged handsomeness.
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