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Doing A Super Model!

Wife out shopping, calls home: Ring Ring

Husband, at home, picks up: Hi Honey.

Wife: Hi Hon, how you doing?

Husband: I’m doing real good! 36 more words



I live close to Exeter airport, so while I was in my kitchen yesterday afternoon, I rushed out of my back door several times to watch the Red Arrows as they hurtled past, just a few hundred feet above my garden. 286 more words

Planes and cricket

What an amazing few days.

There is something majestic and powerful about the Avro Lancaster bomber. A beautiful aircraft. So, why is it so special to me, someone who was born after WW2? 324 more words

Two Lancasters and a Vulcan

I spent an excellent day at RAF Waddington with my friend Tony Trotman-Beasty on Thursday, photographing the last two flying Lancaster bombers from WW2 and also XH558, the last flying Vulcan. 82 more words

Day 7 - #100HappyDays

Today, a random piece of excitement, and a stolen photo! On our way to site this morning, just outside Lincoln, by pure chance we saw the two Lancaster bombers flying over. 11 more words

Canadian Lancaster bomber flies with British Lancaster – the only two airworthy Lancasters left in the world

By Royal Air Force public affairs, with files from Veterans Affairs Canada

At Royal Air Force (RAF) Coningsby in Lincolnshire, United Kingdom, two Lancaster bombers took to the skies on August 14, 2014, for the first formation flight of this aircraft type since the 1960s. 625 more words

Defence Watch

Weekly Photo Challenge - Silhouette

Some ‘almost’ silhouettes for this weeks Daily Post Photo Challenge

It was the annual big air-show Airbourne, in Eastbourne this weekend and special because one of the two Lancaster bombers that flew together had come all the way over from Canada. 75 more words

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