Okay, the automobile names in the balloons are my dream cars. "Schweizer" is the manufacturer of the glider I trained in -- a Schweizer 2-22 -- whose image is below the car name balloons. (Check out my On Flying gallery for an actual photo of it.) I had just gotten a thick leather watch "belt" for my watch. Gina is the cute sister of my fellow glider trainee, Larry -- the one doing the spin. Gut, doing the upside-down flyby of the control tower, is the nom de plume (Captain Gut) of my friend Glenn, a fellow writer of our ace pilot adventures "Aces Away" we did on theme paper in an orange report folder. My name in it was Captain Dung. God, I wish I had that back. That's me in the high-wing airplane (Cessna N9252B) doing a few "pogo stick" landings. Apparently, I was having a bad landing day that day. Better than the little twerp Richard Adams, who "landed" his plane about five feet off the runway one day and shoved the nose gear up into the engine compartment. He was a lousy pilot, as well as an arrogant little snot. Ballooning -- something that would figure prominently in my life in later years -- appears to be making an appearance here, with the 8-Ball balloon.