The Blue Feather
When a character challenges the narrator to practice "magnetizing" things to make them materialize at will, the narrator chooses this item.
This is the first physical object the narrator is able to manipulate by his mind, initially frustrating him, when he finds he cannot vaporize them.
This is a rural town with a population of 200, where the narrator and another character first meet, parking their biplanes near one another in a newly-mowed hayfield.
This item is powered by an old Kinner B-5 engine, which requires regular maintenance because of a tendency for the nuts to loosen every 100 flying hours.
This is the town where the narrator annoys another character with questions about walking through walls.
Travel Air 4000
This is a bi-plane that is immaculate with gold and white paint and in better...
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