Anne & Charles Lindbergh opening the skies (14-16 we made it (After…
Anne & Charles Lindbergh opening the skies
14-16 we made it
After their close call, they continued their journey
After all their difficulties, however, on in September they finished their trip
They knew it was too dangerous.
By the time their flying carers ended, They had changed the way people looked at avaition
7-10 The take off
On August 1, they left Ottawa and started northwest across the continent
On August they left point Barrow and headed southwest toward Nome
By July 29, 1931 they were ready to take off
1-3 we meet
Anne and Charles got married in 1929
In 1931, the Lindbergh got their first big opportoonity to work together.
In 1927 , he became the first pilot to fly nonstop
4-6 the route
They were flying a seaplane witch means is was equipped with pontoons for water landing
nobody has ever flew this particular route, and many other pilots doubted that it can be done.
But they went to attempt to do it anyways.
11-13 uh oh!!!!
By 8 pm it was clear that thesun was going down
They were still 2 hours from Nome and they were low on gas
They were both wrong about the sun.