Ride along with renowned aviator, writer, and photographer Greg Brown in his light airplane, the Flying Carpet, as he searches behind clouds for the real America, experiencing countless aerial adventures along the way.
Listen to “Talking Spirits,” Greg’s Flying Carpet Podcast Flight #22
Piloting is a sophisticated activity that requires a good deal of training, hand-eye coordination, planning, and application of judgment.
But today’s episode focuses more on spiritual aspects of flying–that is, why we do it, rather than how we do it, and it’s topped off by a crazy destination. This story is one of my personal favorites, and I hope you’ll enjoy it.
Okay, everyone, hop aboard my Flying Carpet, snug up your seatbelts, and prepare for takeoff on today’s adventure, “Talking Spirits!”
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Episode photo: An antique Douglas DC-3 airliner like the one I followed en route to Detroit. (See more photos below.)
Podcast music by Hannis Brown.
Podcast Episode #22 Photos
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