This has nothing to do with agricultural matters, but I could not restrain myself by not sharing!!!
I took a friend to show them the Canberra at Elvington air museum. It is a Trainer version of the B2 bomber that I worked on in 27 Squadron at Scampton.
Whilst looking at it we struck up a conversation with the young guy who was working on night fighter version of the meteor next door.
When I was on the squadron we were allocated one particular aircraft as our special responsibility, but worked on all ten aircraft on the squadron. My aircraft was WH732. I gave the number to this guy and he got out his phone and traced WH 732 with an app or something. I thought it would have been scrapped long ago. Apparently it was in service until the late 60,s when it was sold to Venezuela.It flew for another 15 years but now resides in a museum in Venezuela.
I was fascinated, it made my day!
By the way the last time I would see it would be 62 years ago!!