Wherein the great mountain
flying expedition is saved.
We pilots fly for as many reasons as there are pilots and we use airplanes for manifold purposes—as many, I suppose, as our imaginations can create.
We sit in single-seat highly modified behemoths behind horsepower ratings better suited to tugboats and fly in tight ovals around pylons venting thousand-dollar bills out our exhaust stacks at air races.
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