|NASA Causeway, Titusville, Florida|
It was a short flight, about 20 minutes, we went north along the river, with a wonderful view of the town and the Kennedy Space Center, turned and went back south. It was an amazing ride, after a few minutes the pilot figured out that I was not afraid of flying, as Igor Sikorsky once wrote to army brass, "the danger lies not in flying through the air, but in striking the ground." Coming back in for a the landing he came in low and fast over a stand of pine trees, blowing the tops of the trees like a hurricane.
It was a little expensive, but worth every penny. How many people of modest or middle class means, have every chartered a helicopter? If you ever get a chance, go for it. Even a Penguin can fly with rotary wings.