There are so many different flying objects in the skies above Navarre. Airplanes from Hurlburt and Whiting fields, seagulls and all manner of birds, helicopters for Life Flight and the small prop planes towing banners for local businesses all share the skies.
One windy spring afternoon in April, there was a commotion of sorts at the end of Blue Tip Avenue in Navarre as a unique aircraft prepared to also take to the skies. Jeff Bell had attracted a small crowd of onlookers eager to see his distinctive aircraft make its way into the wild blue yonder.
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