This landing page will give me a chance to better serve the readers. I have different interests and as such, I find myself writing about many things. My mainstays are aviation and writing (imagine that). Sometimes, life in general gets me going, especially when there is something in the news that is absurd, strange, or extremely newsworthy. Don’t just read what I have written – respond! Make a comment! Start a discussion. That is one of the reasons for this blog – to share ideas. If you would like to know more about me, checkout my about page. And please, don’t forget to engage in the conversation – leave comments!
Here are my latest half-dozen blogs:
Solitude, at Icy Altitudes Composer, singer Joni Mitchell connected with song some time ago with Amelia Earhart. Check out this haunting song about Amelia.
Roar of a Tiger In World War II, you would think there would be more than one Mustang pilot awarded the Medal of Honor. Not so, there was only one. Major James H. Howard who would rise to the rank of brigadier general after the war.
A Dozen Rules to Spin a Prop Well, there was another accident that happened to a pilot trying to start an aircraft by hand. Luckily, he is still with us.
Dawn, October 23 Today, 53 years ago, the world was on the brink of total nuclear annihilation. It was something we were unaware of for the longest time. But then the truth came out – a few decades later.
OK, so I lied… How high can a glider fly? What is the current record? Who were the heroes who took to flight levels where the temperature was down about -80F?
Flying for Fun There is nothing better in this life than flying just for fun. Especially when you are out early in the morning in the spring or fall. Check it out…
Playing the Game Learning how to play the game is just half the battle, after mastering certain parts of the game, you must be careful in not making any errors…
The First Passenger Death A terrible way to win a permanent place in history – to become the very first person in the history of man to die as a passenger in a plane crash.
Peter Bowers and His Baby The Flybaby amateur aircraft has been flying since the early ’60s and has a devout following through today. Check out Peter Bower’s Flybaby.
For my friends who would like to know more about writing and publishing, here are some tips that I hope help, along with a bit of general knowledge about book publishing.
For pilots in general, here are my blogs about flying.
For the many intrigued about aviation history, check out these writings.