Traveled up to Portland, OR via the airlines yesterday with my wife and a good friend. My wife has family and friends we can visit in Vancouver, WA so I found that the 50th Northwest Antique Flyin would be this year at Pearson Field. Texas in August is usually warm so these 60-70 deg. temps make for pleasent walking around airplanes weather!
This afternoon we walked around the early arrivals at Pearson. So far a fairly good turn out... maybe 50 airplanes. Two very nice 1934 Waco YMFs and two nice Fleets. A good number of classic Pipers and Cessnas. Should be a good show! If time allows I will post the highlights from the show tomorrow night. Pictures to come when we are back in Texas.
Northwest Antique Fly In.
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August 14, 2009
Northwest Antique Fly In Friday
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