Traveling By Land, Sea and Air Hotel @nyware: October 2019

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Me and My Bridges


My Pier Group
MY LIFE, BASED ON A TRUE STORY is downright paranormal. How the hell did I get here? Whatever talent I possess(ed)  is on loan from some deity, some unimaginable source and force for some exquisite portion of  time, to be passed on when I am finished.

The most extraordinary aspects of my being didn't come from me. The spark(s) of epiphanies that I occasionally get are less about being a genius  and more about having a genie---Making  Wishes. Showing Up. Being T/Here.Fear is for folks who don't get out very much. Outdoors Is In!




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The need for speed-It's not rocket science...Oh  Wait. It is! Concorde JFK to LHR in 2 Hr 59 min and 59 sec


Winging it today at The Fleet Naval Aviation Arm Museum 







The cost of doing business  for BA with passenger revenues down and maintenance costs high led to the end of an era for commercial traffic.  Still, the pursuit of shattering time and space continues. A predecessor of Concorde, NASA’s X-59 QueSST (short for Quiet SuperSonic Technology), is being built now in the high desert of Palmdale, California, where many OUTSIDE THE BOX aircraft  have been  made and flown in this Lockheed Martin division known as Skunk Works. These projects are done for the sake of radical innovation. WHat could be more radical than designing a plane to fly faster than sound without producing – sonic booms of previous supersonic aircraft.







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