New book Geezer and the Kid teaches history with great adventure
Tuesday, September 04, 2007 5:22:00 PM
by Ron Irwin
|New book Geezer and the Kid teaches American history as it entertains with great travel and flying adventure
PRESS RELEASE – IMMEDIATE RELEASE
04 September 2007
BURBANK, CA A new book by author/aviator RON IRWIN, Geezer and the Kid – Adventures in Flight delivers great insights into American history along with abundant fun, adventure and travel excitement. Here are just some of the fascinating facts found in the book.
Fascinating Factoids from Geezer and the Kid – Adventures in Flight
U.S. Mail was once delivered on camel back in Arizona
Paddlewheel boats used to travel between Bullhead City, AZ and San Francisco, CA
The Calico Ghost Town was once owned by Walter Knott
The Navajo so cherish humor that when a Navajo baby laughs for the first time they celebrate.
The Kingman Airport was laid out by Charles Lindbergh
The Durango – La Plata County Airport, Colorado sits on land owned by the Ute Indians.
Sedona, Arizona was named after the Post Masters wife.
U.S. Senator Harry Reid was born in Searchlight, Nevada
The States of Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico all meet at the Four Corners which is the only place in the United States where someone can actually stand in four states at the same time.
In 1966 Don Laughlin’s Riverside Resort had but 12 slot machines and two table games.
The Navajo Indians played a key role in the success of the United States Marines in the Pacific theater during World War Two
The quiet farm town of Cottonwood, Arizona was once home to notorious scoundrels and bootleggers.
For more information about the book and the author please visit www.aeroshots.net.
Review copies available to bona fide media on request.