Airienteering with 13MIKE

by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller

AirLeg 41

1) Climb to “2500” feet

“Alexander Graham Bell not only worked on telephones, but he also designed the Cygnett II, which was built by the Aerial Experiment Association. It's a fairly bizarre picture of a gigantic honeycomb! But it was able to fly before crashing on frozen Lake Keuka, in New York State in 1909!”

2) Turn RIGHT to a heading of “020

“Free of charge, it doesn 't cost you anything - but Alexander Graham Bell helped organize the National Geographic Society! Also for thirty years, he directed breeding experiments trying to develop a strain of sheep that would bear more than one lamb at a time. Did it ever work? I don't know! Write me at The Instructor, 2224 Katahn Drive, Prescott, Arizona, 86301!”

3) Go to AirLeg 67

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