For the past year, Tam Junction resident Adam Cohen has used his popular Tam Glad website and blog to focus on the wonders of the 94941’s funkiest commercial district, radiating his “head over heels” feelings toward his neighborhood and churning out stories about the likes of Early Bird Tacos, Red Whale Coffee, TJ’s Gym, Susie Turner’s Green Door Design and the multi-faceted Xtracycle.
Now Cohen has turned his attention to Seaplane Adventures, the operation run by Aaron Singer, long-time pilot and resident of Sausalito and Marin county for over 25 years. Singer is both the owner and pilot for the company. He invited Cohen to his office located in an old kindergarten room adjacent to the aircraft sitting on the water.
“At first glance entering his office, I noticed right away a grouping of historic flight artifacts and early Mac computers and as it turns out, he’s a renaissance man,” Cohen writes. “After leaving Oklahoma and exploring the world as a photographer he settled in the Bay Area on a career in technology. Just a few businesses and an IPO later he had made his way in the world both on his passions and his intellect. Flying itself became a passion of his and with an interest in the mechanical aspects of aircraft he pushed himself to explore aircraft becoming a mechanic himself and working on airplanes. Over the years his interest allowed him to become proficient in aircraft maintenance and flight as he became a rated pilot for both propeller and jet engine aircraft.”