San Francisco Book Review
Flying the Edge of America authors Millett and Buss help readers feel what it's like inside the cabin of a small plane flying through difficult weather over dangerous terrain.
Reviewed by: Gary Sorkin, Pacific Book Review
Having a noticeably delightful charm from being of British decent, the co-authors take you on their journey circumventing America in a "pogo-stick series of encounters" dropping in at points hundreds of miles apart.
About the Author
Julia and David have traveled around the world twice. Between them they have visited almost every state in the USA, and traveled to every continent on the planet, including Antarctica. Their passions are hiking, snow-skiing, SCUBA diving, writing, and travel. Julia is a nurse. She came to America from England in 1991 for a six month work contract. She fell in love with San Francisco and she decided to stay. David is retired from 25 years in Information Technology. He has 20 years experience piloting light aircraft, holds an instrument rating, and flies for the Angel Flight West organization (www.angelflight.org). He keeps a journal of his and Julia's travels at (www.davidmillett.net) and is a destination writer for the (Examiner.com).