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OT-Flight Pattern

Picking up on a conversation some of us had last year . . . 

Just before dark I heard a helicopter.  Hard to miss where I live now.  As I 
watched, it approached from the North west.  It came close enough to easily 
see me and my irises, but not close enough to identify the type of weeds growing 
in the iris.  (unless they had binoculars)!  Then, it made a swift turn to 
the North east creating a V shaped flight pattern.  Amusing!  I knew they'd find 

Betty W. in South-central KY Zone 6
Bridge In Time Iris Garden@website:

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