Boundary folk in America ?
Not had any for a long time
May be part of middle England is in America?
As in people on the edge?
What time period?
And which boundary - internal or external?
Hmm, an American aeroplane may give you a rough date.
Wright Brothers perhaps and their Wright Flyer they first flew at Kitty Hawk, NC. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wright_Flyer
Or Chuck Yeager in the Bell X-1.
That would be a cool job to have.
Out of all the X-15 missions, two flights (by the same pilot) also qualified for the international FAI definition of a spaceflight by passing the 62.1 mile (100 km) mark.
Maximum speed: Mach 6.85 (4,520 mph / 7,274 km/h)
Space Ship One - Burt Rutan
Or the astronaut corp, who fligh into space - Mercucry, Gemini, Apollo, Space Shuttle/ISS.
Am I getting warmer?
A mundane passenger aeroplane.
I only included an aeroplane in the clue cause i like them
:rofl: There are a lot of mundane passenger aeroplanes.
These ones have bowed wings.
Mason and Dixon?
102.9 my head head hurts.
The clue is in America.
as in °F. You have a fever! and 102.9 is significant in an adult. Take ibuprofen or English equivalent, drink plenty of fluids (water and/or fruit juices), put a cold compress on your forehead.
So were Mason and Dixon.
Well the 787 from Boeing in the middle of America is supposed to have bowed wings, and so apparently will the 747-8.
USS Seawolf has a length of 102.9 meters and was the Navy's second nuclear-powered attack submarine. Although it was decommissioned back in the 80s.
Yeah, this doesn't fit many of the clues though.
:rofl: Unless one considers diving planes wings.
I don't know what you've been smoking, Woolie, but I want some.
It has to be something in his chimney. :tongue:
Bowed wings, bo_______s
Leave my chimney out of this, i am trying to put it behind me..
Don't put it too close behind you, 'cause there ain't enough Preparation H in the world to handle that kind of hurt.
The PW J57 engine has an overall diameter of 102.9 cm.
Related to Boeing and/or 9/11?
102.9 is a frequency (my head hurts)
Boeing 747 or some such.
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