Bush flying is pretty unfamiliar to most of us. It's done out of our line of sight. Yet, it has played a huge role in opening up regions which, by the end of WW-I, were inaccessible to rail, coach -- even horses. Most of places like Canada, Alaska, Australia, and New Guinea were thinly-populated by natives and only rarely visited by others. But airplanes finally offered some possibility of getting into those areas. And a few flyers, whose appetite for danger had not been satisfied by War, turned… (www.uh.edu) Plus d'info...