That Time I Walked On The Wings Of A Moving Plane Making that deliberate decision to unbuckle my seatbelt and begin the climb out of the cockpit was by last solid thought I had. Following the signal from Mike, I put my left hand up again and felt the force of the 60 mph+ winds that I would be fighting against. It was time to go and I was on auto-pilot.

That Time I Walked On The Wings Of A Moving Plane

Making that deliberate decision to unbuckle my seatbelt and begin the climb out of the cockpit was by last solid thought I had. Following the signal from Mike, I put my left hand up again and felt the force of the 60 mph+ winds that I would be fighting against. It was time to go and I was on auto-pilot.

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Kien Profile PhotoMy name is Kien and I’m a photographer and filmmaker. This is my little corner where I keep track of all adventures and experiences and how I make a living out of it. I want you to come along as I figure this thing out, through the ups and downs, and hopefully out the other end.

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