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  • Del Griffith!!!!

  • That’s the weathervane I see up through my skylight every day! Nice to know you were in the neighborhood PoP!
    That poor “house of the day” is falling apart rapidly…could be spectacular if the owner would just invest a little time and money in to it. Sadly, I don’t think she has any interest.

  • Actually, this weather vane depicts the bird correctly, assuming the artist intended for the bird to look as if its is about to take flight. In order to get enough lift, a bird knows to face into the wind. The airflow passing over the wings helps create the lift necessary for flight. We apply this same principle to airplanes, which is why at take offs and landings a plane will make its approach to the runway that causes it to face the wind.

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