WASILLA, Alaska - It appears that Sarah Palin's free helicopter hunting rides are riding off into the sunset like Roy Rogers and Dale Evans did in so many western films.
Cunningham "Caribou" Carbinfeister owner of The Chicka Chicka Helicopter Company which is based in Juneau has informed the failed 2008 GOP vice-presidential hopeful that she will no longer be allowed the free and unlimited use of the company's helicopters.
For several years "Snowflake" Palin enjoyed the fact that she did not have to pay for the helicopters which she used to hunt moose, caribou, and elk from.
American Spotlight Magazine reporter Fitzwater Ribicoff recently asked the woman who many refer to as The Loose Moose about the dozens of times that she even went so far as to use state-owned helicopters to satisfy her need for blasting animals from the air with a high-powered telescopic rifle.
Palin refused to comment saying that since she was an ex-governor of the state of Alaska she is privileged and she is not required to answer any questions of a questionable nature.
Suggested Reading On The Subject. The book by Chicka Chicka helicopter pilot Alcott P. Saltarello titled, The Day Sarah Palin Almost Fell Out Of My Helicopter While She Was Aiming At A Reindeer From 4,000 Feet Up.