Bobby and Janey lay on their backs in the grass, the warm sun falling on their faces, making them squint. It was one of those lazy fall Saturdays, a day that started with crisp, cool air that rapidly warmed as morning wore on. A day with no school, with plenty of time for watching the clouds.
“There’s an elephant,” stated Bobby.
“That one there looks like a fist.”
Looking westward, Bobby announced, “That’s a corkscrew. And a... a... you know, that ‘and’ thing.”
Bunnies and cotton balls? Not with the Blue Angels in town for the air show.
[Inspired by the real-life aerobatic antics of the Blue Angels and the Canadian Snowbirds at this past weekend’s Wings Over Atlanta Air Show, which created several very unusual contrails over the skies to our west.]