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Kenmore Air Harbor, ‘Rocky’s Flying Beaver', Kenmore, WA
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Kenmore Air's N57576 Beaver was repainted in 2010 with this amazing Rocky and Bullwinkle paint scheme. The nearby Beavers are privately owned and stored at Kenmore Air Harbor. Near the lake a forklift carries Kemore's 'Maggie' towards the water.

Copyright: Bill edwards
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Uploaded: 28/06/2012
Updated: 03/07/2014
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Tags: kenmore air; kenmore air harbor; dehavilland beaver; dhc-2 beaver; kenmore; washington; floatplane; dehavilland otter; pratt and whitney r985; engine; aircraft; airplanes; stol; radial engine
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