Airplanes Over Alaska

Before we pulled out of Fairbanks this morning on the train, we had one last little adventure. At Andrew’s insistence, we visited the city’s smaller airport – built for recreational pilots and float planes. Alaska is a vast land, with cities spread hundreds of miles apart and smaller towns or residences in remote areas notContinue reading “Airplanes Over Alaska”

The Flight

The boy grasps his grandfather’s hand, calloused from years of hard work, and looks up, big brown eyes filled with wonder. He doesn’t look at his grandfather’s face, but beyond to the sky above, towards their shared dream and destiny. The soft purr of a motor from afar grows louder as the boy and hisContinue reading “The Flight”