This is a young lady named Blanche Scott who is courageous and likes flying.
She is a distant relative of Phyllis Scott.
A cousin of Phyllis’s also flew a plane.
Phyllis’s mum loved flying as often as she could and her family would save money so she could fly.
Blanche is a stern looking young lady, confident, dressed for flying.
She is probably in her early twenties, has a husband, and only wants to fly planes.
She may have a child, a girl or a boy.
People are watching Blanche in her plane at the air show.
Blanche is holding the wheel and all dressed up for the occasion but she does not think she is doing the right thing.
People pay a penny each to watch the show but there is no free ice cream include in the entry cost.
Blanche would have to be strapped into the seat of the plane.
She is also dressed in leather and wearing boots, gloves, thick jacket, leggings.
She is dressed for the cold and looks pleasant.
She may be sitting in the plane for affect and not going up and flying.
Maybe she is a model or maybe she is not or is she a test pilot.
There is no evidence of Blanche being strapped into the seat or that there is a propeller on the plane.
Blanche is on an airfield near Forbes NSW.
When the plane was flying, it would be very noisy with a swirling sounds.
The noise would not matter when she broke the sound barrier. The plane is also fully air-conditioned.
“When you fly wear Coco boots”.
Blanche is a model and is advertising for the boot company.
She is also looking for a new career.
Everyone agrees that the plane is not going to fly and Blanche is modelling boots as a new idea for advertising, which is a new market for their goods.
Blanche had a fall from the airplane she hardly felt a thing.
Blanche said goodbye and was welcomed to come back.
The photographic shoot was now over.
However, Blanche fell in love with the photographer ...with music in the background - come fly with me.
P.S Were those boots Coco’s the clowns or what? Maybe RM Williams. Will there be a sequel to this story?
Story teller’s Terry, Phyllis, Don, Gwen, Frank, Ken, John, Gladys, Jill, Joan, Dorrie, Val