(I just came across this old post from '09, and realized I never got a really good answer. But sometimes, I don't understand people at all...)
Lake Hood, located just south of Stevens International Airport in
Anchorage, is reputed to be the world's busiest floatplane airport.
an article today* mentioning that Lake Hood's manager of seaplane
operations is going to spend $550,000 to a) re-route the jogging trail
around the lake, and b) install traffic gates on the taxiways.
those areas are now clogged with sufficient numbers of joggers,
cyclists, and mothers pushing strollers so as to pose a threat to
How hard is it to not walk in front of planes with propellers turning?
Do we need to provide classes in this?
And if the sheeple are that thick, would we expect the classes to work?