Sunday, April 12, 2009

First, he's here. Then way over there.

Once…he ran right up to me!

I don't know how many photos I have of Seabiscuit (X marks the guy) running around the tarmac marshaling (signaling) the Lancaster.

On the face of the earth, there is not an aircraft marshaller (signaler) who takes his job more seriously than "Seabiscuit". He puts the Visual Docking Guidance System (VDGS) found at busier airports to shame.

Here, he hasn't started running yet but…he will—

But…will…our Lanc' even fly again?

If she does, it will be because of you and I.

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