Yellow Airplane Jigsaw Puzzle

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Dec 16, 2017
What a bright color. You can certainly see it coming.
Sep 24, 2014
Now where is the YELLOW SUBMARINE? LOL
Oct 11, 2014
Good question, where is the YELLOW SUBMARINE??
Dec 11, 2015

There is one in Teneriffe and another in Lanzarote in the Canary Islands off the Spanish Coast. They hold 44 people with huge windows - you dive to 100 feet and get a good hour (seems like minutes) watching hundreds of fish - we saw Stingrays being towed by SCUBA divers along the outside of the sub so that we could get a good look at these wonderful creatures, Angel Sharks, Trumpet fish - what a odd looking fish that is - more sardines than one could shake a fist at - and much, much bigger than those that come in a tin - Barracuda, Moray Eel (I think). There were many other types of fish too numerous to mention here.

At approx 45, a darn good adventure - especially as I had never been in a sub before.
Jan 11, 2015
Talent, is that a T-6 Texan?
Dec 11, 2015
Aye - T-6 Texan. This side of the Pond, we called them Harvards, and they were the mainstay advanced trainers for the RAF during and for long after the WWll. I've worked on them myself (briefly) in the early 60's.
Nov 11, 2015
A good mystery
Mar 15, 2015
So cool! Love it!
Feb 3, 2015
Not a Yak 52 by any chance?
Nov 17, 2014
Thank you yet again team for this one, one would never guess that it was a vintage one, we have a airdrome not far from us whom show the older planes and you are allowed to go on them and look around they must have been brave pilots to fly some of these machines and it makes us so proud of what the pilots did for all of us with such aircrafts. And thank you team for letting us see this one.
Nov 9, 2014
Did this as a mystery puzzle...not bad for 35min 53sec!
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