Monday, July 29, 2013

Funny thing happened to me today...

[My Summer] So as some of you know, I am in France for the 2013 Tour de France (now ended) and my favorite stages are always the mountain stages. A friend of mine owns a Cessna 172 and we flew down from Shoreham to see the race. I stayed up here in the French Alps for a couple weeks which is how I was able to keep the blog running while Dom was out on the Beach 200 miles away with the Supermodels. Anyway, on the way flying back to England, we ran low on fuel so we popped into Annecy to refuel when we realized there was a mechanical issue with the engine. Now stranded, we were trying to figure what to do when something big approached the airport!
Just Updated with a link you need to see!


 It's still too far to see to what it is but it's bloody loud!


Getting louder! 


No way! is that what I think it is??

9 comments:

flyboy98 said...

This was very clever of you, I like it!

DAndre Newman said...

Oh there is much more, this is only the start to the story. Check back for the link to the ADX FirstLook in 10 minutes!

automized said...

My gosh that was so unexpected!!! Downloading now.....

Chris Strobel said...

So D are you a cyclist as well?

Søren Veje said...

LOLOL >>> DAndre you're so FRESHHH!!! ;-)

DAndre Newman said...

Yes I am. I ride the Cannondale Synapse Carbon 5. Great for hills and century rides.

Rick Harms said...

Funny, I just built a flight case for a rider with the same bike. Her travels a lot and wanted rest easy his machine arrived in good order. That was the third case I've built for a road bike. The bike weighed almost nothing. Pretty wild.

DAndre Newman said...

Hmmm, I might commission YOU some day for one!

Yes all carbon makes for a very light and smooth ride!

Rick Harms said...

Sure thing! Ill spare a shameless plug. I can give you my website address should you want to see what I do. Unfortunately I never took pics of those jobs, but my neighbor and his chum are getting me to make a couple for them. Ill be sure to take pics of them.

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