No. 5: Columbus, Ohio: Explore history

You can't learn about history if you're history. Stay sober and discover things about Columbus while you're still above ground. In this photo, a Wright B-Flyer approaches Columbus, re-enacting the first cargo flight. Rich Stepler and Mitchell Carey set off from Wright Paterson Air Force Base near Dayton. On Nov. 4, 1910, 23-year-old Phil Parmelee flew a Wright brothers model B airplane from Dayton to Columbus, carrying 200 pounds of silk.

( Timothy R. Gaffney/AP / October 2, 2010 )

You can't learn about history if you're history. Stay sober and discover things about Columbus while you're still above ground. In this photo, a Wright B-Flyer approaches Columbus, re-enacting the first cargo flight. Rich Stepler and Mitchell Carey set off from Wright Paterson Air Force Base near Dayton. On Nov. 4, 1910, 23-year-old Phil Parmelee flew a Wright brothers model B airplane from Dayton to Columbus, carrying 200 pounds of silk.

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