|Jul 12, 2004, 11:53 AM|
Andy, we keep just missing each other, it seems. First with the DC-3 last week, now this. Did you happen to see a red, white, blue, and turquoise Great Lakes 2T1A parked all the way back in the last row by the post and rail fence? That's how my father and I arrived. Hey, that Swearingen was something else, eh?
|Jul 12, 2004, 10:29 PM|
Here's a picture of the Great Lakes taken at the end of the day, after most of the other pilots had taken off for home, and to keep things model related, some of the interesting stuff in the hangar. After that, we've got a Swearingen SX300 (absolutely wicked fast!) on departure, followed by the most gorgeous Stearman I've ever seen. Andy, I don't mean to hijack your thread here, it's just that I just picked up a new digital camera on Friday, so I'm still a little trigger-happy with it!
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