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1. American Values
Revealed in the following poems is, of course, my opinion. My concern is for America and for preserving the freedoms I have,for so long, taken for granted. I am 66 years old. What and who I am today has been determined by a life time of choices with few...
2. Wild's First Flight Lesson
Culture & Society - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 14:21:33
Passing thru 2000 feet for 2500, Wings level, RPM 2250, hold right rudder pressure to control engine torque, keep the nose on the horizon were just a few things going thru our mind as Wild concentrated to keeping that bird under control. As we arrived at 2500 feet in the practice area, abo...
3. My Parents Didn't Care For Me
Relationships & Family - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 14:23:48
God talks about it in His Word, the need for Christians to be a shining light to others. This,of course,refers to demonstrating and sharing God's Love in Jesus Christ. In much the same way America was once a shining light to the world. It's obvious that this was God's plan for America and the rea...
4. Life, Politics and Poems
relationships-and-family - Wed, 30 Apr 2014 11:32:22
This is the best analogy yet!
I bought a bird feeder. I hung
it in my back porch and filled
it with seed. What a beauty of
a bird feeder it was, as I filled it
lovingly with seed. Within a
week we had hundreds of birds
taking advantage of the
continuous flow of free and
easily accessible food.
5. FINAL APPROACH 27
culture-and-society - Tue, 25 Oct 2011 01:33:43
Wild pushed the throttle forward for just an instant clearing the engine so it wouldn't load up and die. Then the left wing dropped again. When it came back level we were lined up on final approach. Dad was suddenly on the controls. Slightly shaken Wild let go of the stick. Then Dad said that we ...
6. LANDING AN AERONCA CHAMP
relationships-and-family - Tue, 29 Jun 2010 23:28:53
We were now on a 45 degree entry leg to join the downwind leg for runway 27, which simply means entering the traffic pattern. I convinced Wild to take the slack out of our seat belt. Our head was bobbing around like a bobble-head looking out for other aircraft as we turned east We are now set up ...
7. Learning to fly at 12 years old
relationships-and-family - Mon, 14 Jun 2010 19:42:01
Previously on Wild Bill (Who Is Wild Bill Housley)
Well here we are again, Triangle Airport 1960, not my favorite place but Wild sure digs it! Wild is pretty much in charge whenever we're here. I got control most of the rest of the time tho, you know like at school, at home, around girls and suc...
8. Who is Wild Bill Housley (part 1)
relationships-and-family - Mon, 17 May 2010 23:20:06
It was the spring of 1956. We and our older brother ,Jimmy, were playing on top of an old broken down barn near a grass airstrip in Chicago Heights, Illinois. We were killing time while our dad checked out an old airplane he had bought for his flight school located at Triangle Airport, Dyer India...
culture-and-society - Mon, 17 May 2010 23:13:55
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