the heady early days of flight


I do loves me a good bugg aeroplane! I think I’m right in saying this is the first biplane we’ve seen, too, which is exciting. Also there are goggles. All in all: SUPER WIN.

Transcript :

Mr Bugg stands in front of his antennae’d biplane, goggles riding sportily on his forehead, while Mrs Bugg, hearts spewing from her own en-goggled head, clasps her hands in admiration.

The text reads: “Maybee 21, 1927 : Charles Lindbugg touches down at Le Bugget field in Paris, completing the first solo nonstop flight over the Bugglantic. His favorite flying bugg, Amelia Buggheart, is inspired.”