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The take-off was already more than an hour late because Probosky the mechanic
had said he would feel better if he changed several plugs on the Whirlwind
engine. Finally, when he was done and the pilot was heaving the mail sacks up
Drop a sharp note to Probosky. And, then, what of the weather situation along the
route? Between Elko and Pasco there was always a void. Boise was the halfway
mark and there his airplanes were refueled, the mails resorted, and sometimes ...
Have Probosky check the engine again. Maybe a valve sticking, a needed
adjustment to the carburetor, water in the fuel . . . something. Still, if Probosky
found nothing wrong? If he handed down his supreme opinion as only Probosky
could do: ...
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In the mid-1930s, a disfigured mail pilot and his sole passenger, an eleven-year-old girl, crash and, resigned to freezing to death, pass the time reading letters from the mail bag and discovering a love for one another Read full review