We completed our fin Cheap Adidas Shoes a l flyby into York, PA (KTHV) yesterday by late afternoon from Iowa City, IA (KIOW). We traveled over 2300 nautical miles in 3 days. More to come on this leg of our journey, but here’s a catch-up blog posting of the first two days. On Monday, June 16, we flew as far as Pinedale, WY. After tying down the plane for the night, it started sleeting, so we were off to the hotel for a well-deserved night’s rest. We ran out of daylight, fair weather and energy to proceed onto Scottsbluff, NE. That evening, we heard of the r kenzo pas cher are twin tornadoes that touched down within a mile of each other, devastating a northeast Nebraska town. Our hearts and prayers go out to those dear people, for all that they are enduring.Early morning in Pinedale, WY (KPNA). With weather clearing, we are off over the mountains. Skies clearing over Pinedale, WY, early morning on Tuesday, June 17 Waiting for better weather. Our Powderpuff Pal friends in the background, () and fellow racers, Pinedale, WY
The following morning by 9 am in Pinedale, the skies lifted, allowing us to fly to our final leg stop of the day, Iowa City. It was difficult to leave this part of the country with its majestic mountains, but there was a deadline to meet! Enroute we were greeted by the generous hospitality of the people of Nebraska. Jordan 12 In order to make the most of the day, and avoid weather issues, each stop was like going through a revolving door. It was frustrating not being able to spend more time at each stop and enjoy their warm company.Arriving into Scottsbluff, NE, we were greeted by Rosie the Riveter, aka: Sherry Fisher, Head Chair of Western Nebraska Regional Airport (KBFF), posing next to our ‘Women Win Air Races’ logo. Sherry is as well a pilot and Parajumpers Jacka Billigt flies a Piper Archer. Thank you Western Nebraska Regional Airport volunteers for the ice cold drinks and nourishing food to maintain our racing energy!