With my new partner Jim Corley walking beside me, we finally headed across the ramp and toward the airplane to do some actual flying ("Partnership, Part One & Two;" August and September issues).
We had already spent several hours together in preparation for this partnership to, quite literally, finally get itself off the ground. That culminating moment was now at hand. Almost.
We had previously created and executed our five-page partnership document and dealt with the ancillary paperwork such as insurance coverage and the FAA ownership forms.
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