The forecast was clear skies and light winds for this weekends Texas Antique Fly-In. So I gassed up and flew the 170 the short flight north to Gainesville, Texas. This year my buddy Keith Moody rode along for the early morning flight up. We arrived to 10 to 15 airplanes on the field and joined some friends enjoying the pancake breakfast. As the morning passed the airplanes kept arriving. We stopped to inspect airplanes around the field with the occasional stop to say hello to friends. A few of this years highlights include a Rearwin Cloudster, Stinson SR-10, Howard DGA, DC-3, Call-air, N3N and Temco Pinto... and that is just a few. I was going to call it good mid-morning and head back to my home airport when more airplanes kept arriving. We made our visit last as long as possible then left just after lunch. Another great event and great showing of rare aircraft types. At the time of our departure there were well over 50 aircraft. Pictures below showing a few highlights. More pictures over at this gallery...
Link - http://texasantiqueairplane.org/ - http://antiqueairfield.com/
|Corben Baby Ace|
|The line up with a Stearman overhead|