Once the bus driver had stopped the bus and completed all of the normal safety protocols for shutting down the engine, the students were instructed to exit the bus and collect their picnic boxs, each one even displayed a fun logo with Amelia Earhart’s name and a pair of aviation wings next to a photo of the plane. Gracie suspected that her teacher was as much of an Amelia Earhart fan as she was, as most teachers didn’t go to this much trouble. Gracie could see the sign over the hangar, it said Plainfille Airfield Historic Museum. The teacher showed the pass for 25 students to the person at the entrance gate and they were welcomed in and introduced to the four or five tour guides who would take the students in small groups to the planes and through the photo gallery. Gracie was part of a group of friends that she particularly liked at school and they were all thrilled to be able to tour together, until they had arrived at the plane that each would get to sit in alone. Gracie could also feel Musika squirming around in her pocket as all backpacks had to be left inside the bus. The students could bring cameras with them, but Gracie was the only one who did not have a mobile phone with a camera. Her Yoga*Land mobile phone was certainly equipped with just about anything she could need, but she certainly couldn’t use it there.
To be continued . . . !
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