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A New Job For Eve – Aviatrix Pioneers Movie

Those of you old enough to remember the days when a visit to the cinema included a black and white newsreel and a second ‘B’ movie before the main feature was shown, will recall the British Pathé News films. 230 more words

Heritage

France Book Tours 1st Anniversary #9-10

France Book Tours is celebrating
its first anniversary
on April 18!

At France Book Tours, we have been thrilled to present amazing books related to France for almost a year now. 193 more words

Historical Fiction

Daughter of the Air

It’s taken me awhile to write about this, but it didn’t take me awhile to read this book. I bought it on our trip to the National Air and Space Museum. 397 more words

Flying

First $100 Hamburger

FINALLY! I got back up in the air yesterday. It was so great and I’ve missed it so much. After a few times of scheduling time with my CFI that didn’t work out due to weather or other circumstances, the weather decided to be nice to me for once. 1,030 more words

Flying

Trip to DCA

Last week, Jake and I went to Washington, DC. (No sadly we didn’t fly ourselves, the DC special flight rules are a bit intimidating I think) He’s on vacation and I’m transitioning from my winter job to something temporary while I study for ADX stuff, so we took the chance for a mini-vacation. 710 more words

Flying

Bessie Coleman - Shero of the skies

Bessie Coleman was the first African American female pilot; known as ‘Brave Bessie’ she was determined to achieve her dreams despite the obstacles in her way. 839 more words

Sheroes Of History

The Aviatrixes of the world

The menu of our Café talks about food, drinks and flying women.

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