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February 28, 2009
Windy Day in Texas
Last Sunday was an awesome flying day. Flew the 170 to enjoy the unlimited visibility and light winds. It is a bit windy in Texas today so I just did lunch with my airport friends. Winds gusting to 37mph! Will spend the rest of the day scanning some pictures for the web site and off to church with the family.
February 22, 2009
While looking thru the forum posts on Plane Talk yesterday I came across some recent pictures of the P-47 under restoration with The Fighter Collection at Duxford. Years ago this P-47 was on display at the Lone Star Flight Museum but had not flown in years. The picture above in the "Little Demon" markings is a shot I took while it was in Texas in the early 1990's. When I heard it was to be restored I made note to follow along as best I could. This "razorback" P-47 will be one of the few P-47s flying of this model. I hope to post more pictures as it nears flight. Thanks to Brian for permission to post his picture.
February 15, 2009
Web Site Updates
Hello friends... I have spent some time today updating my web pages. Most of my site work has been concentrated on moving the aviation content from my personal site dtlinn.com to flytoanothertime.com. Hopefully the search engines will catch up with my move. My rare aircraft listings have been on dtlinn.com for years! Countless hours have been spent researching these rare survivors. Several contributors have send recent pictures of rare ships that have been hiding in hangars either in storage or under restoration. Be sure to check back often as I add content on a regular basis. My research and development continues!
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