Wednesday, August 19, 2015

National Aviation Day

"Unidentified aircraft approaching
Foxtrot-Alpha-Romeo-Alpha-Delta-Alpha-Yankee..




...prepare for interception...repeat...



Prepare for interception!


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37 comments:

  1. Faraday, what the heck? You should be excited - your mommy made an airplane just for you. Maybe she needs to take you in her plane for National Aviation Day

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  2. Excellent interception technique - paw up - paw grab - remove from the atmosphere - nice and easy!

    Hugs, Sammy

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  3. Nice of you to humor her, Faraday.

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  4. Hooray for a successful interception! You got 'em, Faraday!

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  5. Such cute photos! Is your mom going to go flying today? We think if so she should take y'all with her. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  6. You managed to rouse yourself just in time to intercept that aircraft!

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    1. I forced it to make a dead-stick landing! *score*

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  7. I feel safer knowing Faraday is guarding air space =)

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    1. Yes, or as I like to call it, "Class F" airspace (there isn't one in the U.S. and it's special use in Canada. Hey, *I'M* SPECIAL!) ~ Faraday

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  8. King Kong has nothing on Farady!

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  9. I'll bet this is your Mommy's favorite holiday

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    1. Excepting she's sooooo sleep deprived she's grounded today!

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  10. At first my cerebrally challenged human did not realize that the Foxtrot...... pasrt spelled Faraday's name! What we have to contend with!

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  11. dood...looks like true air speed ta uz ....yea ~~~~~~

    :) ♥♥♥

    { & noe we due knot hazza cloo what we iz talkin bout, we just closed R eyez & picked it outta de big werdz book ~~~ }

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  12. Oh yeah, I bet the humans at your house LOVE this holiday!

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  13. *sending a big virtual snuggle for Faraday for when ever he is in the mood to snuggle*

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  14. Successful interception - over. Purrs

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    1. Tally ho! Roger that, reading you five by five!

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  15. Nice interception and such a cute plane.

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  16. Did you eat the pilot? Was he crunchy?

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  17. That was just plane good work!

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  18. Yes, great interception. You are so good at that too.

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  19. We hope the pilot ejected before interception.

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  20. That plane was not cleared for low approach so you smacked it out of the sky?

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  21. What a beautiful cat!
    Please come share at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/08/double-play-on-way.html

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  22. WELL DONE you gorgeous thing you!

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  23. MOL! And another aircraft mysteriously disappears into the kitty Bermuda triangle

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