Airienteering with 13MIKE

by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller

AirLeg 78

“One day, I'm going to write a work of fiction that will stun civilization as we know it today into a Novocain style of senselessness! There will be a majestic hush of piercing attention to the book - very similar to what you're experiencing right at this very moment! Well, because of your questionable response to Lindbergh's 1926 flight:”

Whoa!! An offshore breeze (BIG BREEZE) slams into you, and your airplane's nose violently pitches up! You stall, you spin, you bail out! Your chute opens, but it's a streamer! You bicycle frantically as the ground gets closer fast! Miraculously, you grab onto a passing hang glider (who jumped from where?) and you are rescued.

                                    (Believe it or not!)

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