Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum preserves one of the greatest achievements of humankind: harnessing the power of flight. Across its open hangars sprawl aircraft of every era —from replicas of the earliest Wright Flyer to an SR-71 Blackbird capable of speeds greater than 2,000 miles per hour. Most notably, the museum hold the worlds largest wooden airplane, the Hughes H-4 Flying Boat Spruce Goose. Come tour the campus and get lost in the history of flight and space travel.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Moshe AaronYess was an Orthodox Jewish musician, composer and entertainer from Montreal, Canada. A member of the Chabad community in Montreal, Yess was a regular performer at Chabad House events and shows, together with general music festivals and the annual A Time for Music concert. In the 1960s, Yess shared stages with David Crosby, Jefferson Airplane & The Association. As a solo performer he played Las Vegas, Reno, and other hot spots. In 1978 he moved from Hollywood, California to Jerusalem, Israel, where he enrolled in D'var Yerushalayim Yeshiva. There he met Rabbi Shalom Levine, who became his mentor in Halacha and his musical partner in Megama. They spoke about harnessing American-style music to communicate the beauty and values of Judaism