Here's a whole chunk of text to help test out how search engines deal with 301 redirects. I'm also going to include the phrase 301propellertest so we can see if it ranks for that. There's no reason to read this text around 301 redirects, it's just a test to see how it's treated by search engine bots. In particular, when they discover the 301 - are they going to keep crawling the old URL? Are they going to eventually stop crawling that URL, and how often will they crawl the new URL vs the old one?
There's only one way to find out, and that's by writing a whole load of unbelievably dull, filler text that only exists so there's enough unique stuff for them to bother indexing. That's what this is. You're reading it. Why are you reading it?