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To bison, a 'discouraging word' is a helicopter's repeating 'whoosh'

Something wonderful may be on the hooves of happening in Colorado: There’s a move afoot to open land adjacent to Denver’s international airport – which occupies a calf-sized chunk of the 50 square miles (129.5 sq km) it occupies – to the US’s largest, and closest-to-being-extinct mammal – the bison. 452 more words

Good Deeds

Why A Growing Number Of People Are Creeped Out By The Denver Airport

An airport is kind of the last place I’d expect something creepy to happy. Typically they are large and filled with tons of people and I’m usually not afraid when I’m surrounded by people. 447 more words

Conspiracies, Cover-Ups, and Conversions | Episode 46

by Alex Reiman and Jason Duncan

We took a break and rumors about our where-abouts swirled. Swirled like the red and white blend of a peppermint sucking candy. 170 more words

Podcast

Guitar Riffs On The Tracks

The Denver airport has its good points and its bad points.  The bad include being out in the middle of nowhere, miles from downtown, with security checkpoints that always seem to be besieged with long lines of bedraggled travelers. 286 more words

Humor

"...and behold a pale horse... the man who sat on him was death .... and hell followed with him"

Bill Cooper, former United States Naval Intelligence Briefing Team member, reveals information that remains hidden from the public eye. This information has been kept in Top Secret government files since the 1940s…

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News

Ruminations Above The Aleutian Islands in Polaris Business Class

How many times on this planet does one find oneself flying over the Aleutian Islands? Not many for most of us, including me, and hence my blog title today. 807 more words

Air Travel

Too many the tales of woe
That result when the fall of the snow
Stop the traffic by air
And it hardly seems fair
When you’ve thousands of miles to go.
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Alaska Adventure