helicopter pilot • writer • photographer
I couldn't resist this beautiful poinsettia for the table.
Bought fresh Brussels sprouts. Yum.
The monkey lamp is all set up in its new home.
Only in Wenatchee!
That’s what I like most about living near my heli: I’m inside sipping iced tea in my La-Z-Boy before the blades stop.
Penny is waiting with me in the helicopter for our passengers to return. #DogIsMyCopilot
Eggplant Parm—my favorite!—at an outdoor table. They’re booked, but they always make room for the helicopter pilot.
A friend shared this. I don’t know how a man can live with himself if he can’t apologize for hurting others.
Apparently, the National Weather Service can now predict when wildfires will be put out.
Penny and I went into the orchard. I came back with blueberries and cherries. Penny came back with a deer leg bone.
I’ve got a visitor in my landing zone today. So tempted to take her home.
Smoke from fire now drifting overhead here. Still can't smell it.
This sums up one of my philosophies nicely.
I know a few people who could learn something from this. Pick your destination, plot your route, and DRIVE your life!
Yep. I don’t miss that.
On tap for this AM: finish settling in at my new temp home, unpack the truck, do some writing. But first: get up!
Happy to be home with my tiny dog after a long day flying.
Ready to move the mobile mansion EXCEPT that my neighbor left his truck parked in such a way that I can’t hook up.
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