was saddened to hear of Bob High's passing. The
last time I saw Bob was when I snapped these pictures as he
took his quicksilver aloft.
That was tough for me, shooting images that I knew they might be the last
a fellow flier. I wanted to make sure he was captured in his element.
We never know when it could be our turn, too.
Although I didn't know Bob personally, he was always very
friendly, laid back and certainly loved anything that flew. I talked
with him each of the last few years I attended Don Jordan's Boyer Fly In
and he was always enjoyable to be around.
Although I'll miss him when next I come down, my condolences go to wife
Gail and family who will miss him the most.
Word from a Friend
I have known Bob for nearly thirty years, and he was indeed a great
He was a hero many times over, and the world is better for having had
him in it, albeit, for not nearly long enough. He was a fantastic
partner and a terrific motorcycle officer with the LAPD in Los Angeles.
We will all miss him greatly, and everyone comments on what a great
and generous guy he was.
Los Angeles, CA