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    ‘As a kid I lived in a town where there was an absolutely crazy old man (about 44 yrs old I later found) who would fly about the district in an old Tiger Moth. From time to time he would perform loops, etc above the wheat fields and I would watch in awe. “Baldy Old Fuzz” was always smiling whenever I saw him in the street. I turned 44 prior to my aerobatic flight. The other day some upstart kid saw me in the street. “You’re the smiliest man I’ve seen for a long time” he said. Yes, a Tiger Moth aerobatic flight does affect your core self indeed. Spiralling towards the ocean in an open cockpit plane gives a whole new meaning to the importance of time and motion. The entire event was a hoot. You know I reckon next time I’m back in my childhood town I’ll find “Baldy Old Fuzz” and I bet he still has that smile. Regards Rick Harris’

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