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Features June 2014 Issue

Devil in the Details

Notes can be sprinkled just about anywhere on an approach chart. Add their often mundane nature and they’re easy to overlook. Don’t. They can contain critical information.

One of my cherished childhood memories is of my mother making a birthday cake to celebrate my special day. Rich, sweet aromas filled the house with wonderful anticipation. My favorite yellow cake with chocolate frosting was featured the evening of my 12th birthday. After festivities and dinner, I sat at the head of the table with the lights dimmed as a two-layered masterpiece approached, accompanied by the birthday song and sparkling candles.

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