Monday, 7 November 2016
I love living in a place with an Aerodrome.
The very name harks back to times of bravado and leather flying helmets and fur lined boots.
The Caloundra Aerodrome is one of those places that was once in the middle of nowhere but is now surrounded by houses, the occupants of which complain about noise and flight paths and so on. Why do people do that? Why move under a flight path or to the end of a runway and complain about the noise?
It provides a great facility for light aircraft and adds a bit of colour to boot, long may it make noise over our houses!
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