For sure I'm not describing just an flying taxi. I'm envisioning the aircraft of my dreams something similar to this concept:What you are describing is not a flying car, it is a flying taxi
Well ... this state does not have a universal helmet law but riders and passengers under 21 are required to wear a helmet. I've always wore one but when I met my wife she insisted that it was the law. I said, "no it's not." She replied, "Yes it is! It's called "Deanna's Law!""Live Free or Die is taken seriously...I'm sure we'll be the last state in the land to have a motorcycle helmet law for adults.
My grandson managed to get some PBY flying time.Well, all joking aside, New Hampshire occupies a special place in my own personal aviation history for two reasons....
My grandfather did his initial U.S. Navy flight training in a Piper J-3 Cub (sometimes on skis) at a private flight school in Keene during WWII. He went on to fly a PBY Catalina over the North Atlantic.
And my first ride in a small plane was strapped in with my Dad in the front cockpit of a biplane at the little airport in North Conway. Mid-1970s so I must have been eight or so. I still have a “selfie” (before that was a word) of the two of us taken with an old Kodak 110.