Monthly Archives: July 2014

Catch-22

It’s amazing how happy this little piece of metal makes me. A lot of small airplanes have these little windows. They leet you put your fingers into the wind stream without filling the cabin with noise. They let you call … Continue reading

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A Better Approach

I’ve flown sixteen hundred hours in the airplane and I’m still learning.  On Tuesday, July 1,  Nell spoke at the Great Books Summer Program up on the Stanford campus. It’s the perfect trip in the plane, two hours twenty minutes up … Continue reading

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Up the Coast and Back

It seems unlikely that we will make our usual jaunt from coast-to-coast this summer. Rudy starts college on August 20th, Dexter is booked solid for the entire summer up until a Shakespeare performance on August 9th, and we are here … Continue reading

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