Eagles Rule

I am an eagle fan. No, not the professional football team — the raptor, the consummate bird of prey, the symbol of the American spirit. It is known as the “bald” eagle, but since my hair is starting to thin out a bit, I’ve gravitated away from that term; besides, they’re not actually bald. I can see why some Native American cultures view the eagle as a sacred symbol. When you watch an eagle cruising on thermal currents high above …

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One comment on “Eagles Rule

  1. Melvin R. Lindsay Sr. on said:

    I am proud to be an American. Proud and free to soar on the opportunities this great nation provides. I am also proud of you Sir for your vast collection of our nation’s symbol. I have a small version of such a collection myself and take great pride in that. My charge to you Randy, is to continue to soar and do take that Alaska trip. May those thermal currents always be there for you to soar on and thanks for sharing your story.

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