Why does the narrator say, "I landed and was not sorry to walk away from the old
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Why does the narrator say, "I landed and was not sorry to walk away from the old

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After landing, the narrator was not sorry to walk away from the old Dakota because he

had a horrific and scary experience flying that plane. He was happy that he had landed

the plane safely. That is why he was not sorry to walk away. Instead, he wanted to know

where he was and who the other pilot was.

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