Up in the air

"The first time we went up, because of the class I'm teaching, I knew a lot of the basics," Rice said. "When it was time to actually fly, the flight instructor was giving me a little bit of leeway, saying, &#8216;Go ahead, you can taxi out.'<br>
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"And the minute we took off, you felt lighter. It was just exciting, here we were above the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLTRA0000103" title="Chesapeake Bay Bridge" href="/topic/travel/commuting/chesapeake-bay-bridge-PLTRA0000103.topic">Bay Bridge</a>, and I couldn't believe it," Rice added.

( Karl Merton Ferron, Baltimore Sun / February 3, 2012 )

"The first time we went up, because of the class I'm teaching, I knew a lot of the basics," Rice said. "When it was time to actually fly, the flight instructor was giving me a little bit of leeway, saying, ‘Go ahead, you can taxi out.'

"And the minute we took off, you felt lighter. It was just exciting, here we were above the Bay Bridge, and I couldn't believe it," Rice added.

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