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Jet Hiking Gypsy spends weekend in Adair County, KY area

'. . . because there's no better taste of Kentucky than what's available here in south central Kentucky.' - DOUG CAMPBELL
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By Doug Campbell

Amber Nolan, the Jet Hiking Gypsy, spent the entire weekend exploring Adair County after hitching an airplane ride to Columbia with Mike Arnold. who has been flying into Columbia for several years.

Ms. Nolan is on a quest to hitchhike to all 50 states on General Aviation aircraft.

The 28 year old professional writer and adventurer has been pursuing this for over a year and has already visited 36 states.


Mike Arnold, the pilot who serves as an electronics officer five or six months a year on huge freight vessels sailing worldwide, brought Amber to Columbia on my recommendation because there's no better taste of Kentucky than what's available here in south central Kentucky.

Amber is actively trying to get to Oshkosh WI this week to attend the nation's largest airshow and fly-in.

Mike dropped her off in Parkersburg, WV this morning as she makes her way to Oshkosh. Follow her on Jethiking.com.


This story was posted on 2013-07-29 22:15:29
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Jet Hiking Gypsy Amber Nolan makes stopover in Columbia



2013-07-29 - Columbia/Adair County Airport, Columbia, KY - Photo by Doug Campbell. Amber Nolan. the Jet Hiking Gypsy, spent the entire weekend exploring Adair County after hitching an airplane ride to Columbia with Mike Arnold, right who has been flying into Columbia for several years. As the sign indicates, Amber is actively trying to get to Oshkosh WI this week to attend the nation's largest airshow and fly-in. Mike dropped her off in Parkersburg, WV this morning as she makes her way to Oshkosh. Doug Campbell
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