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Glenn Norman, Michelle Goodeve, and Francois Dumas
A Seafire at Oshkosh
Steve Roberts believes pilots should begin their flying careers in gliders. Apart from teaching you how to fly with some subtlety, you’re never really sure where you’ll end up. The results are often unexpected, as you’ll read in this humorous tale.
In her first Why Fly column, Michelle Goodeve takes her Pietenpol on a short sunset flight over the small rural hamlet she calls home. Back on the ground, in a flash of epiphany, her airborne “other self” is given a new name.
First published in 1967, this timeless essay by Richard Bach perfectly captures our vision in starting Why Fly. It provides two seemingly disparate answers to our favorite question, then rises to a philosophical crescendo and transcends them both.