The first president to fly was of course Theodore Roosevelt, a man who loved a dangerous challenge. When he flew at Kinloch Field, Saint Louis, Missouri on October 11, 1910, flying was still highly dangerous. His pilot that day was Arch Hoxsey, one
I have never liked Presidents’ Day. Why celebrate all presidents when only a select few of them, like Washington and Lincoln, deserve to be celebrated? Officially the date is still the commemoration of George Washington’s birthday, which actually won’t occur until February 22.