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Happy New Year!

This year, as you're typing up your resolutions and watching the ball drop in New York City, give a nod of thanks to Janus, the Roman god of doorways and beginnings. It’s thanks to him that we celebrate the New Year on January 1.

Flying First, Flying High

Here in Vermont it’s a drizzly, cold, cloud-covered day. However, 111 years ago in Kitty Hawke, North Carolina, the sun was shining and the wind was blowing steadily from the north. Perfect conditions for flying.

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