Photos of San Francisco Bay, usually taken from our balcony.
It took me a minute to figure this out - but voila! I get it! Excellent for our Z day. :D
Interesting choice! And zipped up it is! Cheers, Klaus
Clever cow! Well done on incorporating the history lesson with the z letter. Marvellous post again, and image of course.
What a beauty Louis!
How interesting that the plane folds up like that.
By designing the planes with folding wings, the Navy was able to get more planes on the ship. During the "Cold War", the U.S. Navy played 'cat and mouse' almost daily with Soviet submarines.
Nice Z.I love military planes.Great photo.ZZ's are Tops.Come visit,Troy and Martha
You can take a virtual tour of the Hornet HERE.
wow...cool plane :DVisit me in here Thanks
great z post.Mine in here At My Imaginary. Thanks
It certainly is Zipped up.Lovely shot.GaryBodge's Bulletin
Pretty great and i am glad you visited your relatives on my blog.MB
Very agile plane. I can't put my arms behind my back like that. Can you, Louis?
You do have some great photos, Louis!
I wouldn't try to put that one together without help...
Chuck - such a move is PARTICULARLY difficult for "Louis!"
Clever is right! Good one, friend.
Je n'avais jamais vu les ailes d'un avion pliées comme ça!? Très intéressant! Je vous souhaite un agréable Mercredi! Amitiés,
Oh yeah, the Hornet -- what a great aircraft carrier... I've only been on her once, but I think it's time to revisit...
I will have to come back later. All your other pictures are showing but this one just has a little red x box. I even refreshed the page. Enjoyed your sense of humor on my blog. You are too funny. ;)
Wow! I've never seen a plane like that. Very cool.
Great choice, dear Louis !
Very good idea for Z.Bear((( )))
Golly, I've never seen a plane folded up like that! What a cool shot and interesting post.
What an unusual and interesting plane! Plus an informative bit of history.
I had nver seen a plane tha thad wings that folded up until I saw on in the Museum of Flight in Seattle. If you get to Seattle, you must see that museum.
I am afraid I zonked out on the last 3 letters of the alphabet but I sure have enjoyed yours!
I worked on that model of airplane for many years. Tough. Very tough. Needed lots of maintenance though because of the salt air.
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