Alaska pilot delivers breakfast to escaped horses

11/26/2012 | AlaskaDispatch.com

When a herd of horses bolted from a moose camp and into the Alaskan wilderness, Super Cub pilot Matt Keller flew a wrangler -- and a coffee can of grain for the horses -- to the gravel bar where the horses had stopped. "I had to fly short final in a low turn over the river [between] spruce trees that were only 5 feet off my wing," writes Keller, who had just 230 feet to land the aircraft.

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