qmdv wrote:The first time I landed there I knew that prior permission was required. I called and the gal that answered the phone did not even know that they had an airstrip. I finally got permission.
Be aware that this airport is on native american land. They think that it is a soveryn nation. So if they get pissed they can take your plane and you have to fight them in their court. Not worth it for the chile dog and soda.
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