Panoramic Commute

Cambridge’s Duane Zentgraf’s route to
work routinely consists of little traffic
and spectacular scenery
Story by Joe Willey   |    Photography by Grant L. Gursky
Commuting is synonymous with the grind of the workweek. It consumes time and carries frustration. But not all commutes are drudgery. To some, it is the best part of the day. For Duane Zentgraf,

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History Lessons

Larry Kelley ensures that the accomplishments and sacrifices of The Greatest Generation live on at the Delaware Aviation Museum
Story by Joe Willey    |    Photography by Grant L. Gursky
To many, history belongs behind glass, on an eggshell-white pedestal waiting for occasional glances from the interested. But for Larry Kelley, the cofounder and executive director of the Delaware Aviation Museum Foundation,

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Flying Full Circle

A pilot for more than 50 years, John Chirtea continues living his dream near Milton
Story and Photography by Deny Howeth
John Chirtea is a collector. Airplanes happen to be just one of his passions, and more than one monoplane, Ercoupe, biplane, gyroplane, and even a Breezy have passed through his hangar doors at the Eagle Crest Aerodrome — a private grass strip located between Lewes and Milton.

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Aviation Calling

Brian Seeba has seemingly flown just about anything with wings — and that’s just the way he likes it
Interview by Alison Pappas    |    Photo by Grant L. Gursky
AP: What is your background in aviation?BS: I spent the first 30 years of my career flying in my home state of Minnesota. Over those three decades,

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