My latest interview as radio correspondent is from Puget Ocean in Washington and featuring a story about landing a plane during a simulated power failure. My instructor was a stunt pilot and gave me one golden rule: “Anything you do, I can fix. But please, don’t turn the plane upside down. It’s not designed for that.” I got to take, fly anywhere and land… or try to!
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The Bionic Scott Above is a picture of the inside of my knee. Almost two years ago I was knocked off my bicycle by a reckless motorist who ran a stop sign. As you can see the cartilage was torn and frayed and I had to have the loose pieces removed. It almost ended my
Top 100 most common words in Falling Uphill out of 13,658 unique words and about 115,000 total words.
The Spanish edition of my “Falling Uphill” kids book “Cayendo Hacia Arriba” is being used by the Peace Corp in Paraguay to teach kids how to read and dream.