Radial Air

November 25, 2015  •  1 Comment
During the Second World War, many of the American fighter planes were driven by radial engines. The cylinders encircled the propeller drive shift and were air cooled. While visiting the Naval Air Museum in Pensacola, I saw several of these engine up close. While they are a sturdy design, the fins offer unique design. As always, I enjoyed exploring...
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Mobile site issue

November 12, 2015  •  1 Comment
I have discovered that on mobile devices the sales function will not work sometimes depending on the browser you use. It looks like the desktop site works without a problem. I have contacted support and I hope they can get this resolved quickly. Please contact me if you have problems on the desktop site. Thank you
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Heavenward

November 06, 2015  •  1 Comment
A cool spring day a couple years ago took us on a day-trip to the beautiful city of Charleston, SC. We walked along the waterfront, had a wonderful seafood lunch, and explored the old slave auction house. As we headed back to our car, we stumbled into the church area of the city. Each house of worship was impressive, although few were open on a Sat...
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Moorings

October 30, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
A day in May spent with family along the California coast brought us to Monterey. The clouds framed the sky and the boats were at rest. The blue sky and sea jumped out immediately, but it was looking at the black & white image that brought greater intensity. The ocean scene, combined with the pier in Monterey, offers a great day-trip whenever we ar...
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Half Dome

July 09, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
As you drive toward Yosemite Valley, you are faced with Half Dome peeking trough the mountains of the high Sierras. You can imagine the first man arriving in the valley so long ago and being greeted by this scene. As you continue into the valley, Half Dome remains a part of your scene. While a visit today will provide this scene in vivid colors, ea...
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