Are most fluffy white clouds really 20,000+ ft high?

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  1. Nov 10, 2013 #41

    bmcj

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    Very true.
     
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    The colonel is in the right seat of a 767 because he didnt want to have to move to get seniority at a smaller airport. Thats how he got into it...

    And as for the Cherry capital crash, "[FONT=Helvetica, Arial, Verdana, sans-serif]That's not bad...We're allowed three inches..." excerpt from flight recorder transcript. [/FONT]
     
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    Dear Birdwatcher:

    If you are going to be "star gazing" then I would get someone else to fly the airplane.

    Just head out to your local airport and offer to buy some avgas and I am sure you will find a pilot/aircraft owner willing to carry you up at night so you can watch the heavens.
     
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