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If you love Lake Winnipesaukee (and everyone on this forum does!) you need to read this book! "Flying Over Winnipesaukee: Bob Fogg and New Hampshire's Golden Age of Aviation" is 220 pages, 250 black and white photos, most never before published, of the "golden age" of flying in New Hampshire, when "seaplane" safety" was the slogan because there were no airports to land on, and going to the Weirs Seaplane Base for a sightseeing hop over the lake was the highlight of a lifetime. Flying open cockpit biplanes from the Weirs and all over New Hampshire, Bob Fogg and his fellow pilots brought the age of flight to New England. For a holiday gift, or for your winter reading while we wait for the ice to go out, this is a must-read for all who cherish the lake and it's history.

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