The Wright Brothers

by Regis Boff

Every country throws off both good and bad while history allows it to last, but few glow with singular splendor.
I just finished reading, ‘The Wright Brothers’ by David McCullough. It is a way to rekindle the awe that should come naturally in being American.
It is my deduction that no woman or man in all of history has not wished to fly.
Neil Armstrong landed on the moon carrying a tiny swatch from the wing of the Wright’s first plane.
Below is a real photo of Wilber Wright curving around the Statue of Liberty while thousands standing on Manhatten saw their dreams in the air for the very first time.