Hi work for norfolkline running out of Dover half way through a 2 week shift on a ferry Dunkerque Seaways in the deck department of course life here is not always boring and can at times be i almost say dangerous .....but thats what makes it intersting!For me here we lucky we have the internet on board (most ships dont)and i have loads of time to make use of it with the aim of i hope starting a business(as a hobby)following a few air show and country fares (like Brenzette) due to the air museum there or the battle of britain memorail site near dover , i'm sure you been to these places as i seen your aircraft at displays ....cut along story short trying to get to places within kent area that wont charge the earth (i might say like (biggin hill)selling limited edtion aviation plates and pictures , i really going to make the effort todo it this year as my daughter would say its rather taking my life over hehe ,and we're running out of storage space! For tnow i plan get every thing ready for the next season god willing it be a sucess but i know it be fun any way ! ....regards paul
HI MARK ,SEEMS LIKE ALL THE FEW UK MEMERBERS ON THIS SITE SEEM TO LIVE VERY INTERSTING LIVES !I'M AT WORK ON A SHIP AT THE MOMENT BUT WHEN I GET CHANCE I WILL SPEND SOME TIME LOOKING AT YOUR SITE!TAKE CARE FOR NOW PAUL
Welcome to the National Heritage Warbird Foundation and thank you for joining! Our site is currently under construction, however we have already have a fair bit of information posted with lots more to come. We are attempting to make this an informative, dynamic website focused on our aviation history and with your help, we're positive we'll be successful! We look forward to seeing and speaking with you in the community!
Best regards, Robert Flindall Director National Heritage Warbird Foundation