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The Pursuit of Pleasure


The Pursuit of Pleasure



Lizzie Paxton's dream in life is to be a widow - if only she could skip the wedding and the husband. When her childhood friend Captain James Marlowe proposes a marriage in name only, she accepts, knowing she'll have the independence she craves once he sets sail. Though James is the only man Lizzie trusts, she doesn't trust the scintillating desire he evokes in her. James knows he shouldn't get involved with anyone, especially with his uncertain future. But he just can't help himself when he overhears Lizzie's declaration. Though he's promised her a marriage of convenience, he wastes no time in seducing her and taking her over the precipice of desire. Yet not even his beautiful wife can deter him from his cause. But when Lizzie discovers her husband has deceived her, James must choose between devotion to duty and loyalty to the woman he cannot live without...










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Bucker Jungmanns - better than Moths




Bucker Jungmanns - better than Moths





KLM pilots Chris Beal and Pete Brand, based at Stansted Airport, say their favourite show-stopper is the mirror formation when one flies above the other, only upside down.

But airline passengers need not fear . . . the daring duo only execute this pulse-racing manoeuvre while at the controls of their classic Bucker Jungmanns, the highly aerobatic bi-planes which the Nazis built to secretly train future Luftwaffe pilots.

When they are not flying to European destinations Chris, 36, from Bishops Stortford, push their 1930s designed two-seaters close to the edge way up in the blue yonder.

The hair-raisingt Bucker Formation Team (BFT) begin the flying season at North Weald Air Show on May 16.

Chris teamed up the Pete last year to launch the BFT both having had experience with solo aerobatics and flown the craft for the last five years.

Pete said: "It just seemed a good idea to link up, Airshow audiences seem to like seeing two aircraft performing together.

"We did a couple of shows last year, but we are now heavily booked all over the UK, with two dates in Northern Ireland and one in France.

"We certainly don't do it for the money, which only covers expenses, but for the thrill of it all.

"Formation aerobatics is about trust and discipline, I fly the show and Chris mirrors my moves.

"It's a way of unwinding, something we do as a leisure sport in the same way other people go windsurfing or carpet bowls.

"It's not dangerous - we spend a lot of time working on the safety aspect, we also have parachutes just in case," said Chris, who professionally flies a four-engined BA146 whisper jet as straight and level as possible.

In contrast, his Jungmann, or Student, while only equipped with compass, airspeed indicator and altimeter, is a dream to fly aerobaticaly.

It can carry out a wide variety of tight manoeuvres - which made it such a favourite with German pilots - including his favourite, the salmon leap flick roll, just a few feet away from Pete's plane, at a cruising speed of 100mph.

"They are very agile, outflying Tiger Moths and , I would say, the best bi-plane of its day, built with superb German craftmanship and using the latest in light steel materialsm " said Chris.

He had ambitions to fly as a young lad, watching small planes take off from a grass airstrip near his home at White Waltham and first obtained a Private Pilots Licence at 18 before advancing with KLM UK to become a fully fledged captain flying BA 145 whisper jets.

Both Jungmanns carry distrinctive Second World War Luftwaff markings, replicating the original planes, and are the only aerobatic duo in the UK in the UK, and, probably the rest of the EEC.

"Mine carries the colour scheme of an original 1937 Luftwaffe Jungmann, based at Darmstadt, although it was actually built under licence in Span in 1954 and served as a trainer in the Spanish Air Force," said Chris.

His Jungmann is based at an Essex airfield where the duo are licensed to practice aerobatics, while Pete stores his bi-plane, which he re-build from a variety of components based upon a German company demonstrator, on farmland near Ware.














Bucker Jungmann duo




Bucker Jungmann duo





KLM pilots Chris Beal and Pete Brand, based at Stansted Airport, say their favourite show-stopper is the mirror formation when one flies above the other, only upside down.

But airline passengers need not fear . . . the daring duo only execute this pulse-racing manoeuvre while at the controls of their classic Bucker Jungmanns, the highly aerobatic bi-planes which the Nazis built to secretly train future Luftwaffe pilots.

When they are not flying to European destinations Chris, 36, from Bishops Stortford, push their 1930s designed two-seaters close to the edge way up in the blue yonder.

The hair-raisingt Bucker Formation Team (BFT) begin the flying season at North Weald Air Show on May 16.

Chris teamed up the Pete last year to launch the BFT both having had experience with solo aerobatics and flown the craft for the last five years.

Pete said: "It just seemed a good idea to link up, Airshow audiences seem to like seeing two aircraft performing together.

"We did a couple of shows last year, but we are now heavily booked all over the UK, with two dates in Northern Ireland and one in France.

"We certainly don't do it for the money, which only covers expenses, but for the thrill of it all.

"Formation aerobatics is about trust and discipline, I fly the show and Chris mirrors my moves.

"It's a way of unwinding, something we do as a leisure sport in the same way other people go windsurfing or carpet bowls.

"It's not dangerous - we spend a lot of time working on the safety aspect, we also have parachutes just in case," said Chris, who professionally flies a four-engined BA146 whisper jet as straight and level as possible.

In contrast, his Jungmann, or Student, while only equipped with compass, airspeed indicator and altimeter, is a dream to fly aerobaticaly.

It can carry out a wide variety of tight manoeuvres - which made it such a favourite with German pilots - including his favourite, the salmon leap flick roll, just a few feet away from Pete's plane, at a cruising speed of 100mph.

"They are very agile, outflying Tiger Moths and , I would say, the best bi-plane of its day, built with superb German craftmanship and using the latest in light steel materialsm " said Chris.

He had ambitions to fly as a young lad, watching small planes take off from a grass airstrip near his home at White Waltham and first obtained a Private Pilots Licence at 18 before advancing with KLM UK to become a fully fledged captain flying BA 145 whisper jets.

Both Jungmanns carry distrinctive Second World War Luftwaff markings, replicating the original planes, and are the only aerobatic duo in the UK in the UK, and, probably the rest of the EEC.

"Mine carries the colour scheme of an original 1937 Luftwaffe Jungmann, based at Darmstadt, although it was actually built under licence in Span in 1954 and served as a trainer in the Spanish Air Force," said Chris.

His Jungmann is based at an Essex airfield where the duo are licensed to practice aerobatics, while Pete stores his bi-plane, which he re-build from a variety of components based upon a German company demonstrator, on farmland near Ware.









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In the Heart of the Sea: The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex by Nathaniel Philbrick | Summary & Study Guide






In the Heart of the Sea: The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex by Nathaniel Philbrick tells the story of a whaleship which was attacked by a large bull sperm whale in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. After the shipwreck, the crew made a journey of over 4,500 miles across the ocean with limited provisions and in small whaleboats. Included in this narrative are the history of whaling in Nantucket, the experiences of whaling, and the effects of starvation and dehydration.

This study guide includes the following sections: Plot Summary, Chapter Summaries & Analysis, Characters, Objects/Places, Themes, Style, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion.

In the Heart of the Sea: The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex by Nathaniel Philbrick tells the story of a whaleship which was attacked by a large bull sperm whale in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. After the shipwreck, the crew made a journey of over 4,500 miles across the ocean with limited provisions and in small whaleboats. Included in this narrative are the history of whaling in Nantucket, the experiences of whaling, and the effects of starvation and dehydration.

This study guide includes the following sections: Plot Summary, Chapter Summaries & Analysis, Characters, Objects/Places, Themes, Style, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion.










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