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    I've wanted a plane since I can remember. I have my private and a savings account started for one, but at the rate I'm going, it's going to be awhile. Today my buddy was talking about horses, and it got me thinking. Any thoughts or experience on the cost/ hassle aspect of one versus the other?

    I'm mainly looking at getting out hunting or camping, spending time with the wife out there. Nothing really serious either way. Also, another factor is I live in the Cantwell ( cold, windy winters). Thanks

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    The airplane won't burn any fuel while it's parked.
    Louis Knapp

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    • #3
      If you leave for a while you don't have to find anyone to feed and water the plane. Maybe just brush the snow off.
      Tim

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      • #4
        and

        an airplane won't kick you in the nads nor run off 3 miles when you try to load the moose rack on it.
        I didn't make those up. Both happened a two days ride into the bush.

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          Grizzly 1

          Originally posted by mp214parks View Post
          I've wanted a plane since I can remember. I have my private and a savings account started for one, but at the rate I'm going, it's going to be awhile. Today my buddy was talking about horses, and it got me thinking. Any thoughts or experience on the cost/ hassle aspect of one versus the other?

          I'm mainly looking at getting out hunting or camping, spending time with the wife out there. Nothing really serious either way. Also, another factor is I live in the Cantwell ( cold, windy winters). Thanks
          Your airplane will drink very little water, while a horse need a whole batch of the stuff. Your airplane won't each chunks from the wood in your barn or stalls . . .

          . . . and grizzlies won't eat many of your airplanes. They'll eat every one of your horses, however!

          Mort

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          • #6
            Course the horse will never have a AD on it's crank,either.

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            • #7
              Horses and Planes

              Do both!...Horses for the wife, Plane for yourself, either one would run about the same for costs. I live in an Equestrian/Aviation subdivision here in Wasilla, and you don't have to be a millionare to do it.

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