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Day -4: speed is alive

Speed is aliveWe don’t know if the T’s and P’s are in the green, but speed is definitely alive and rising. The traffic on our blog in increasing - by the way, if you’re a new visitor check the links on top of the page to learn more - and we receive and increasing number of mails with all kind of support, offers and requests for information. Coping with all of that requires a lot of work, but hey, we won’t complain about that!

We even see groups creating at some stops, where different people or organizations offer us accommodation, fuel, or other kind of support. Connecting aviation enthusiasts from the same area via our project is a great role, and we like that.

Donations continue to come in, the list of our patrons continues to grow. We encourage you to join and make a donation now using the yellow buttons on the right hand side. We’ll announce all the benefits reserved to our patrons this week-end, and there will be surprises for all patrons.

This post is the last one written by Vincent from Germany. He will travel tomorrow from Frankfurt to Dallas Fort-Worth and then to Jacksonville, where we’ll eventually meet “for real”. If you’re a flight tracking fan, the flights are AAL 71 FRA - DFW and AAL 574 DFW - JAX. The landing in Jacksonville is planned at 10pm. We won’t stay there for long, the drive to Ocala is about two hours long, and we’ve a rally in Dunnellon next day at noon. But if you’re in Jacksonville at night and feel like meeting us, drop us a mail and we’ll manage something.

PS: we adjusted the timer in the right hand side to match our departure date on the 21st of June.

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