I’m generally not the daring type. I don’t bungee jump or skydive or swim deep into the ocean. Thanks Stephen Spielberg. But when invited to climb atop Row 44′s Grumman Albatros testbed aircraft on Monday, I happily yanked off my pumps and shimmied up to the top of the fuselage and wing. Photographer Keith Fialcowitz was on hand to catch evidence of my shenanigans in Long Beach.
PHOTOS: A broad on a plane
By Mary Kirby on September 10, 2008 in Uncategorised
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