The people were friendly and helpful
Plentiful food resources
Reviewed the wind and climate data for the area and found it to be suitable for the experiements
The brothers had family who lived there
Getting along with the townspeople was difficult.
Flying machine parts were often delayed which harmed experiements.
The brothers lived on the Outer Banks year round.
Food supplies were often delayed.
Lived in town with others while they were building a brick house
Rented an apartment
Lack of sleep
All of the above
Brought more food and supplies
Redesign and rebuilding of glider
New shelter to house the glider and the brothers
Both b and c
" the constant breeze kept the mosquitoes at bay, and when the breezes dies, huge swarms attacked the camp"
"oldtimers said it was the the worst they'd seen and by all accounts the Wrights believed them"
"despite the bugs, the brothers, were able to perfect their glider design, achieving success with both manned and unmanned flights"
"the next night we constructed a mosquito frame and nets over over cots..."
Metaphor- to describe how the moon shines on the sand
Hyberbole- to express his dislike of the mosquitoes at night
Hyperbole- to describe how hot the sand gets during the day
Simile- to describe how the moon shines on the sand
It was warmer and less windy
The local people told them that the mosquitoes were fewer in this town
Food supplies were more abundant
Sand dunes provided the necessary elevation for their experiements
It helped to keep the mosquitoes away
It helped to keep the cool and dry
Brought in rain storms and renew water supply
Helped to stir up dust so they could analyze the impact of dust weight on glider
Dependance upon the wind
Sleeping in clothes and blankets
Using mosquito frames and nets
Building fires around the base camp
Gotten rid of the bugs and found plenty of food
Returned back to Dayton, Ohio to work on the glider design
Set both distance and duration records with flights recorded at 600 ft and flew over 1,000 times
Built better mosquito nets and frames to deal with the horrible bug problem
The writer is making you aware of the how interesting the lives of the Wright Brothers were during the flight experiments
Providing factual information about the Wright Brother's flight experiments
The local townspeople played a key role in helping the Wright Brothers succeed.
The Wright Brothers had to overcome many obstacles in attempts to fly the first airplane
December 7, 1941
December 17, 1901
December 17, 1903
December 1, 1902
Equipped with an engine
Larger in size
All were gliders but the 1903 model was the largest so both brothers could fit inside the flyer
There was no difference in the flyers
It was crashed and beyond repair
The brothers did not want to lose the "historical feel" of the event
It was placed in a musuem immediately afterward
The Brothers crashed it returning back to Ohio