There were more things to do in the museum than it first appeared…
Given enough time, it would have been fun to do some of the flight simulators.
And for all of those folks that think you’ve spent waaayyy too much restoring your Corvair, that restored DC-3 must have been a major investment. Just the polishing of the external skin must have taken countless hours and gallons of polishing compound.
And to think that it’s going to be flown to Normandy this summer to celebrate the 75th anniversary of D-Day is quite the ambitious feat.
Luncheon at “the Perfect Landing” was great, the fellowship and conversation was, as always, interesting.
…and I had enough left overs for dinner!
All in all, a great event.