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Kevra's first flight!


So the last time that my sister Kevra was in a small airplane lets just say that is didn't end well I remember lot of throw-up smell and hearing her in the back while seeing my uncle trying to land the plane as fast as possible. I as remembering her getting out of the plane and asking what that design on her pants was... it was barf.

Since then about 6 or so years ago she has been very reluctant to fly in anything small. I've been talking with her and set a date for last Wednesday morning. She wasn't too happy about me picking her up at 5am but I wanted the time that would be the clamest and coolest. not to mention the prettiest as well here is some from the trip.

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Sunrise at the Chandler Municipal Airport
Kevra in Jessica's cool pink head setSky Divers landing in Coolidge just as we were.
the cool old WWII hanger at Coolidge
On the ramp in Casa Grande


Flying Home.

as you can see she did great didn't even think about getting sick plus and asking went you could go up next.

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