Saturday am post evening gin musings: I’m sitting here in NEPA enjoying a coffee on a cool foggy am. I’m listening and watching the birds carry on as they do in the am. I noticed a couple birds land with wings flapping with quite precision but not as much grace. Then I watched a bird come in a bit faster and lower wings out-kinda banking about and really muff up the landing too much speed didn’t seem in control. Now I’m interested. Watching more and more- the landings that are more “power on” seem much more precise. The power off landing seem to drift and are graceful until the last second. They recently posted a meetup at S37 for end of June and that field seems to me to be a white whale of sorts. Maybe I should be approaching that more power on for precision then power off for grace.