Monthly Archives: June 2007

A Conundrum

You are a South African bush pilot. You fly in some critical medical supplies, enjoy a quick lunch at the hospital. It’s a stifling 113 degrees in the shade and you’re eager to get back up to the cool, high blue yonder. On the way back to your plane, you discover that the only bit of shade, within 1 mile, has become very popular. You start calculating the distance to the plane door and are wondering: “Do I feel lucky enough today?”

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