Category Archives: inspiraviation
During a recent pushback in DTW, the rain started to fall. While it may be hard to draw inspiration from raindrops on a window, I feel this creates a unique environment where the drive to get there is sprinkled with … Continue reading
One of my favorite airports in the US is Denver International. Walk down any main concourse and look west for a crystal clear view of the Rocky Mountains. Any later afternoon or evening flight, you might get lucky enough to … Continue reading
It always amazes me when people close their window on airplanes. Given the rising cost of going to the movies, concerts and entertainment in general, when crammed inside a tube screaming across the sky, why don’t more people take in … Continue reading
Early morning flights can be a challenge – physically, mentally, emotionally. But whatever fatigue you might be feeling goes right out the window, literally, when you come across views like this one. This photo was taken about 20 minutes prior … Continue reading
On a recent transcontinental business trip, I got to experience a whirlwind itinerary that had me traveling from Minneapolis to North Carolina, California, and Canada all in the course of three days. While the places I visited all had their … Continue reading
On an early morning flight from Santa Ana, CA, recently, I was just about to fall into a deep sleep when I caught this view out of my window. What a ‘grand’ view! While I can’t quite confirm the location, … Continue reading
One of my first loves isn’t something you can see or touch, rather the sound of a radial engine soaring overhead. It’s distinct, robust, and simply aural euphoria. My mind wanders every time I hear one.