The Guru — Pondering Poet Pilot


When the virus started, The whole world was on the brink. Didn’t like the sound of that, Decided I should drink. Started off with water, Hoped I’d wash those germs away. Then I made a bleachy mix ‘Cause He said, “That’s the way!” Shone UV light down my throat, Some other places too. Ended […]

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Fly 'n Things

The earth has music for those who listen
— William Shakespeare

Sedona,  a land of timeless beauty, surrounded by magnificent, natural red rock sculptures and pristine National Forest. Standing about 4,300ft above sea level, centrally located less than two hours north of Phoenix and just two hours south of the Grand Canyon, it is one of the most spectacular secrets of the world. Erosion has sculptured this masterpiece for over 350 million years.

As we drove north, I was almost disappointed. All that we saw were pine trees and the landscape looked no different from other countrysides. When we had set off it was hot and 90 degrees.

“Isn’t early morning better for a flight?” I had asked.
“No, anytime is fine,” was the response.

Checking the forecast that morning, I wondered how the day would play out. With thunderstorms in the forecast, chances of pulling off this flight were…

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