Word association

Started by Spell Chick, December 19, 2017, 11:28:34 AM

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Gyppo


Laura

Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can.
Arthur Ashe

Gyppo


Jo Bannister

Dakota

One of the most perfect aircraft of its type ever built.

Gyppo

tail-dragger

The fact that there's many an ancient Dakota still working around the world, hauling passengers and carrying freight off dirt runways which would make modern aircraft break, rather confirms Jo's statement.

Jo Bannister


Gyppo

wooden

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I watched a video a few years back about a young lady who makes proper laminated wooden propellers for aircraft.  It was the family business and she gradually took over from her dad.

It's a good earner because there's plenty of vintage aircraft still flying, or being restored.  She admits that some of her orders are for collectors who just want a wall hanging, but she makes them all to the same standard, fit to fly.  You can tell she prefers them to be used properly ;-)

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Jo Bannister

You would, wouldn't you?  Otherwise it would be like us throwing some nonsensical words together for an actor to pretend to read a letter on stage.  It would feel like betraying the craft.

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Jo Bannister


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Jo Bannister


Laura

Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can.
Arthur Ashe