These are the sort of dark brooding skies that most pilots stay well clear of and have a strong sense of relief when back on the ground. Sinziana was determined to brave the storms and go air racing in Royal Aero Club Bleriot race at Abbeville/France. They flew from North Weald but were forced to stopover at Rochester airfield. The next morning was incredible. Blue sky, perfect and they arrived just on time for refuelling and racing. I recommend a look at her blog. www.airsportstv.wordpress.com

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~ by starflight on November 12, 2009.

One Response to “These are the sort of dark brooding skies that most pilots stay well clear of and have a strong sense of relief when back on the ground. Sinziana was determined to brave the storms and go air racing in Royal Aero Club Bleriot race at Abbeville/France. They flew from North Weald but were forced to stopover at Rochester airfield. The next morning was incredible. Blue sky, perfect and they arrived just on time for refuelling and racing. I recommend a look at her blog. www.airsportstv.wordpress.com”

  1. […] Poveste in rama Asta vara pe cand scriam despre cei 100 ani impliniti de la prima traversare a canalului englez de catre Louis Bleriot, nu-mi imaginam ca altcineva va scrie despre povestea noastra. Si uite ca s-a intamplat. Terry si al sau Starflight foto Blog mi-a publicat povestea cu furtuna in drum spre Abeville si ii multumesc foarte mult. Mai jos este o copie a articolului scris de el plus cuvintele inserate de mine. Adresa de blog mentionata de Terry acolo (www.airsportstv.wordpress.com) este de fapt cel de-al doilea blog de care ma ocup, exclusiv pentru Airsports.tv. Articolul original il gasiti aici.

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