Click on the above photo (or click here)and then once you get to the website click on it again. (Then click on my "mug" shot on the side) The tapes are labelled Winter fuel/People it takes to fly/Airline winter safety. I could not get direct links to work.
Tuesday night I received a call from the Weather Network wondering if I would be up for an interview during the pending storm. I try not to deny opportunity so.. in I went.
They wanted to interview me outside in the snow so I thought it would be more appropriate to wear my uniform. (Plus my uniform comes with a hat) I've been given the green light to wear it. The "first" live interview went well but snowflakes adhered to the camera. The producer beckoned us inside. I did two more "live" interviews and then these three short tapes. To be honest the live ones went better than the taped ones. They were much longer.
There sure is some VERY attractive personnel working at the Weather Network and that includes Natalie who interviewed Captain Doug. I posted the pictures of her because she is a heck of a lot better looking than I. lol
(TWN Chris, if you are reading this I'm certain you have a HUGE fan club as well) :)
I watched her do a few "live" presentations and she did not miss a beat nor stutter.
As one captain once told me, "smoothness counts" and that includes television. Wow.
I'm not sure what I think of these next three tapes. One thing for sure, I need sun.
It's been a loooong winter. :)