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Goin' Up And Lookin' Down


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Goin' Up And Lookin' Down relates true stories of learning to fly, tackling a taildragger, stupid things pilots do, and the author's flying friends, acquaintances, and loved ones.

A sometimes serious, sometimes goofy, sometimes humorous book about flying, airplanes, pilots, airports, plane people, and plane stuff. Anyone who loves flying or just has a fleeting interest in the subject will enjoy this book. Be careful though, you may find yourself trying to fly the chair you're sitting in and tip over.

Lynn Pinson recalls exciting stories about flying machines and the people who fly them. He writes with a masterful mind and unique style very similar to that of Will Rogers. A great read

Dr. Cal Hunter, author of Evidence of Intelligent Design in Human Physiology,

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iUniverse, Inc.
Humor : General
Pinson, Lynn R. Butch
Biography & Autobiography : Adventurers & Explorers
History : Modern - General
Publication Date:
November 2007

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Arts and Entertainment » Humor » General
Biography » General
History and Social Science » World History » 1650 to Present

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