26 Weeks Letter Challenge – Letter J

I decided to play along with Lori’s 26 Weeks Letter Challenge and this week the topic if Letter J. I hope you enjoy my photos.

Jitterbug dahlia.
Jitterbug dahlia.
The Silver Fleet, American Airlines Vintage Jet.
The Silver Fleet, American Airlines Vintage Jet.
Junco.
Junco.

Qi (energy) hugs

Cee

24 Comments

  1. Cee Neuner you have been my friend since 2007 when I was in paralegal college, this is ssuch a nice blog, and a great rep for J.

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  2. Cee, I love your blogs and appreciate your dedication. Have to make one little observation, only because when it comes to airplanes, I just have to comment and on one of my favorites). Your “vintage jet” is actually a vintage Douglas DC-3, the airplane that revolutionized passenger travel. It is powered by two piston engines (not jets) driving the propellers. Incidentally, to answer one of your commenters, Some planes (many commercial commuter planes) use jet-powered props–the are call turboprop engines where the spinning of the jet turbine is geared to the propeller rather than using the thrust from the jet exhaust. We’ll gladly accept J” for “jewel” for the DC-3, as the “Jewel” of early passenger service!

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    1. Thanks so much for the clarification. I just “assumed” being a total non-jet person (below novice in my opinion) all bigger planes such as the DC-3 were jets. 😀 😀

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