Come on in, no one ever comes here”

This from a for­mer client of Lee’s:

A fel­low pilot and friend Robert Gan­non just fin­ished a 10-year explo­ration of the world in his Cess­na 182, cross­ing major oceans. What he says is true:
“The one thing I have observed [about fly­ing a pri­vate air­plane around the world twice over a 10 year peri­od] is that if you will keep step­ping for­ward and keep mov­ing toward what you wish to do, you’ll get up to that door that every­one said you could­n’t get through. You knock and it will be open and some­one will say ‘Come on in, no one ever comes here.’
‑Bob Gannon

AWESOME!

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