June 2007 Issue
First Word: 06/07
Any thinking person—I like to count myself in that group on four days out of seven—is bound to have eureka moments. You know the feeling; a fuzzy-edged world momentarily resolves into crystal clarity, if only fleetingly. I had one of these in April at Sun ‘n Fun, when I came to the inescapable conclusion that I’m a dinosaur, a mud-hugging, pea-brained Jurassic throwback. This revelation emerged as I was trying to wake up my feet to keep from embarrassing myself in a crosswind while flying one of the Cub clone LSA airplanes reviewed on page 20 of this issue.
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