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We’ve been taking afternoon drives occasionally. Yesterday we had the pleasure of spotting a bi-plane landing at a tiny airport near a favorite overlook off a back road. We slowed down to watch it land and they waved us in, telling us we were welcome to go ahead and check the plane out. It was a 1942 WWII trainer plane. Apparently you got to be a pilot or a bomber depending on how well you did. Everyone was nice and kept a respectful distance.
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We’ve been taking afternoon drives occasionally. Yesterday we had the pleasure of spotting a bi-plane landing at a tiny airport near a favorite overlook off a back road. We slowed down to watch it land and they waved us in, telling us we were welcome to go ahead and check the plane out. It was a 1942 WWII trainer plane. Apparently you got to be a pilot or a bomber depending on how well you did. Everyone was nice and kept a respectful distance.
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Wow, what an opportunity. I flew in a bi-plane when I visited Orcas Island, part of the San Juan islands. The pilot let me wear his USAF jacket. Up until then I’d been afraid of flying in a jet airliner!! We flew through the clouds and he popped a balloon with a spike on the plane’s nose.
 

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We’ve been taking afternoon drives occasionally. Yesterday we had the pleasure of spotting a bi-plane landing at a tiny airport near a favorite overlook off a back road. We slowed down to watch it land and they waved us in, telling us we were welcome to go ahead and check the plane out. It was a 1942 WWII trainer plane. Apparently you got to be a pilot or a bomber depending on how well you did. Everyone was nice and kept a respectful distance.
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Wow!!! How cool is that??
 

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Wow, what an opportunity. I flew in a bi-plane when I visited Orcas Island, part of the San Juan islands. The pilot let me wear his USAF jacket. Up until then I’d been afraid of flying in a jet airliner!! We flew through the clouds and he popped a balloon with a spike on the plane’s nose.
Wow! I would have run away! Open cock pit????
 
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