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UNIT 12

Marion Hart is called the "Flying Granny." She is
eighty-three years old and just loves to fly in her small
single-engine plane. Marion is the oldest woman to have
ever flown across the Atlantic Ocean alone.
Marion began flying in 1946 when she was over fifty
years old. Since then, she has flown alone across the
Atlantic Ocean five times. On her last trip, she left her
home in Washington, D.C., stopped for gas in New-
foundland and Iceland, and then flew eight hours until
she landed in Ireland.
Does Marion plan to stop flying? Not right away,
because she is now planning a flying vacation around the
Middle East.

UNIT 12<br><br> Marion Hart is called the &quot;Flying Granny.&quot; She is<br> eighty-three years old and just loves to fly in her small<br> single-engine plane. Marion is the oldest woman to have<br> ever flown across the Atlantic Ocean alone.<br> Marion began flying in 1946 when she was over fifty<br> years old. Since then, she has flown alone across the<br> Atlantic Ocean five times. On her last trip, she left her<br> home in Washington, D.C., stopped for gas in New-<br> foundland and Iceland, and then flew eight hours until<br> she landed in Ireland.<br> Does Marion plan to stop flying? Not right away,<br> because she is now planning a flying vacation around the<br> Middle East.<br><br>

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