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May 31, 2010
Ranger, Texas Show
Ranger, Texas Flyin/Airshow early so we could make breakfast. This was my first time at the famous Ranger Airfield. As the historical marker states... Amelia Earhart landed there years ago. Jay and I enjoyed breakfast but it soon became warm as the Texas sun heated things up. We sat under the 170 for a bit watching vintage aircraft come and go. The heat didnt stop the vintage aircraft from flying in! We wanted to stay longer but other commitments had us leaving late morning. Sounds like it was a good show. My pictures from the morning are here. Hats off to Jared Calvert for preserving history in Ranger and inviting aviation enthusiasts to drop in for the weekend.
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