POR Bruce Gordon March 22, 2009

Flying High

Photos courtesy of BRUCE GORDON
BRUCE GORDON moved to Aspen 40 years ago hoping to make a difference somehow. Flight school was his key to making that difference. He now operates EcoFlight, which offers views of landscapes from the skies. “Once in the air, you can see forever,” Gordon said. “The impacts on the landscape of the Roan and the Piceance (Basin) and the industrialization of that land. You never see that from (Interstate) 70.”



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Photos courtesy of BRUCE GORDON
BRUCE GORDON moved to Aspen 40 years ago hoping to make a difference somehow. Flight school was his key to making that difference. He now operates EcoFlight, which offers views of landscapes from the skies. “Once in the air, you can see forever,” Gordon said. “The impacts on the landscape of the Roan and the Piceance (Basin) and the industrialization of that land. You never see that from (Interstate) 70.”

ASPEN — Peering down on a landscape threatened with change, Bruce Gordon is flying to make a difference. It may be the Roan Plateau, the desert southwest, a mine site in Alaska or a…




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