If you have any comments or suggestions about this blog, scintillating Norseman news or updates to previous posts please contact the author. It was decided at the start of this project that this blog would be more of a news feed and less of a forum. That said, I still welcome all input relating to the current status of the Norseman story. It has been said that the saga will not be over until the last Norseman is pulled up onto the beach for the last time. Will there be examples of this classic flying during the 100th anniversary on November 14, 2035? (My guess is yes)
Thank you to the Norseman festival and everyone that makes it happen for extending the spirit of this airplane. I truly believe the festival is responsible for a few Norseman returning to the sky by giving this legendary bush plane another breath of life through the minds of supporters worldwide. The challenge now is to pass the story and keep it alive for a younger generation to carry it forward.
Rodney Kozar, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call my cell to chat: 250 212-2178.
One outstanding question is exactly who owns and where is N164UC, Ex. CF-UUD since it went to the United States this year. Maybe the new owner wants to remain confidential, but if you can provide any information or have any recent photos of serial 224 please let me know.