Flying is one thing… but have you ever tried flying upside down? You can when you take an aerobatic flight! An aerobatic flight is full of tricks, twists and turns that normal airplanes don’t – or at least shouldn’t – do… like rolling, diving, and stalling! The girls had a chance to ride with Luke Penner, an aerobatic champion who competes professionally all over North America!
Teanna and Jessica got to go for the flight of their life on this episode at Harv’s Air Inverted!
We're not sure we would enjoy this QUITE as much as Jessica did...
Luke takes us through the safety check.
Teanna started to get the hang of it and have some fun!
Boxing is an ancient sport and has been around at least since the time of the Ancient Greeks – in fact it’s one of the earliest Olympic sports! The ancient Greek god Apollo was believed to be the god of boxing. Boxing can even be seen as far back as ancient Sumerian carvings. Participants in boxing are usually human… but not always! In 1949, one boxer went head to head with a bear. Not surprisingly, the bear won!
Jessica brought Teanna to the Pan Am Boxing Club, Winnipeg’s oldest boxing gym!
Jab jab cross!
There is always a lot of fun to be had behind the scenes on a TV show… here are just a couple of those moments from this episode – enjoy! 🙂
Oh the many many uses of Jello... 🙂
We LOVE this pic!!
Introduce your friends to the show !
TEANNA is a 15-year-old Saulteaux youth living in Winnipeg. She’s good-natured and positive and loves to laugh. She is kind, caring and very close with her friends and family. Her favourite hobbies include thrift store shopping, writing poetry, and watching documentaries – especially murder mysteries! Aside from documentaries, Teanna enjoys watching North of 60 with her mom. She’s a real 90s fan! Teanna loves to teach herself new things; she’s been learning the ukulele on her own, and also taught herself how to do her own unique bird calls!
Edmonton-born, Métis-Cree JESSICA MATTEN’s acting credits include the short film A Red Girl’s Reasoning, roles on the TV shows Blackstone and Frontier, as well as a leading role in the upcoming TV series Tribal. When she isn’t busy acting, Jessica is passionate about supporting Indigenous charities and organizations. She heads #n8vgirls, a social media campaign that spreads awareness about missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, and co-runs Lemon Cree, an Indigenous health and wellness non-profit. Fun fact – she is a direct descendant of Cuthbert Grant, the first Métis leader of Canada!