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Mac Christie, Flamborough Review
Reporter Mac Christie
Jul 02, 2015 | Add Comment | Flamborough Review

MY VIEW: Soaring on assignment in Flamborough

Mac Christie

There I was. About 2,500 feet in the air with only an inch or two of fiberglass and Bernoulli’s...

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