Category Archives: Pilot’s Blog Book

The Athabasca Oil Sands are Alberta’s Briar-Patch

A friend on Facebook asked a legitimate question. Why does Canada still buy oil from Saudi Arabia instead of Alberta? An angry Albertan offered a knee-jerk answer. That’s easy. Because of Trudeau of course! Based on the simple-minded conspiracy-based Facebook … Continue reading

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Recognizing Your Inner Godfather – 7 Traits of a Natural Leader

At the 2018 CHC Safety & Quality Summit in Dallas I attended a plenary session titled “Creating a Culture of Behavioral Reliability and High Performance”.  At one point the presenter asked us “who in our lives would we regard as … Continue reading

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Pictures of David – Inspiring Genius

On the day of our 40th Wedding Anniversary Holly and I revisited the city we enjoyed so much on our European honeymoon. The first time, I don’t remember why, we were not able to visit the original statue of David … Continue reading

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C208B Seaplane Crash in China

FIVE people died after a seaplane, owned by Joy General Aviation, crashed into a bridge during a trial flight of the service in Shanghai’s Jinshan District today. Source: Five killed after seaplane hits bridge on maiden flight in Jinshan District … Continue reading

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Bragging Rights

At the beginning of the year I had planned to exercise my “bragging rights” to look back and highlight my last year’s accomplishments. Then I lost my laptop in Tokyo, WordPress come out with a new update that made blogging … Continue reading

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