The pilot’s name is Joanne Maryanne. She might be 15 , 30, 40 or even 84 years old. Some people think she has no children, but she might have two children and two grandchildren. It is either 1903 or some time between 1925 and 1929 in Washington or New York. The weather is cool, and the plane uses a fan
and an engine to fly. The pilot is determined, serious, and has a good imagination. She is heading either to Bermuda or across the Atlantic to Europe. Where will she fly next? Maybe to a beautiful place, maybe Bermuda, maybe Charleston, or maybe Joanne Maryanne won’t be flying any more after this.