We tried out the Roku streaming and watched a delightful film: Fly Away Home. It is the story of a family that uses ultralight aircraft to teach a group of geese to migrate from Canada to North Carolina and back. This is in the hope that migratory paths for endangered species can be reopened using the ultralights. What a delightful film. A wet land in the North Carolina is threatened with development and the chance that some group of birds will adopt it on migration is its only hope of withstanding the bulldozer. Of course, it all works out. Based on real events the viewer gets to see a lot of beautiful scenery along the travel path from Ontario to North Carolina.
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