It could be any one of seven or eight different years, i.e., early 1900s, 1912, 1915 or 1937. She could be driving out in the wilderness or in a cotton field. She is operating some kind of machinery. It looks like an air plane she is sitting in and driving in a field. Is she thrashing? Perhaps, it is an experimental something on a farm, in a warehouse, or a wide open field.
She really is something, setting out in the middle of nowhere! It looks like a mess, but she has on boots and her feet are operating those pedals. She is going to fly. We cheered for her to get off the ground.
Oh, my, something is strange. Her family doesn’t like it. They think girls are supposed to be in the home, not out working. This determined female could be a young Amelia Earhart. Getting the feel of the plane, not many women did this during that time. However, she is dressed for anything and no one will go with her, because there is no seat for them. It is dangerous and she wants to keep all of the glory to herself. She is expecting cold weather, going north. Eventually, she’ll get there, even though they said she won’t. Yes she will! She has the will to go. Yes!
Amelia, the determined female will face unknown circumstances. Her motto is, “If at first you don’t succeed try, try again.” Her destiny is unknown. Around the airport on a cloudy day, Amelia’s destiny is unknown. She understands this is an experiment and she is prepared for something not to work right. She knows what she is doing, so this is no experiment. At 20 or 22 years old, she has no children and she is very determined and adventurous. She is a woman of herself and her family is very proud of her.
There go the propeller motors. GASP! There is a lot of noise, vibration, roaring, and wind blowing. THERE SHE GOES!