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Monday 20 to Sunday 26 July
Expecting something in the region of 10,000+ aircraft, in no time at all, the homebuilt camping area filled up.
There was no need for an alarm clock – each morning we were awoken by aircraft engines just before 6am! Not much point in trying to go back to sleep so we made use of the excellent trailer shower facilities (new for this year) with oodles of hot water. By the time we got ourselves organised and had chatted ...
Inbound Ripon It is always amazing how Air Traffic Controllers handling the masses of about 10000 Airplanes All competing for the same piece of Pavement at Oshkosh's yearly Air Venture week. Rolling out on RWY 36 brought me right to the turnoff where I parked at the Race Tent , my Friends from Spruce Creek had reserved me a space there since I arrived 1 Day late do to the delay in Japan. If one wants to see everything it would take more than ...
... hour before and had seen our arrival. After registration, we took a ride on one of the many pick-up cars to collect our camping gear. Getting the tent organised, chatting to other EZ owners etc took up the rest of the afternoon and eventually we met up with Steve again and enjoyed a beer or two at Chuck’s before going out to supper. Steve is staying off site and has the use of a car that comes with the house, and was ...
... there was no camping anywhere near here) and met an old gentleman at the Historical Centre who showed us the exhibits and was so delighted to meet some Australians.He had been there and told us we had made his day. He was from Luxembourg stock. Many people from there had settled in this region. It was nice.
I wanted to spend 4th July in a smallish place rather than a city like Milwuakee (which was our next stop) and had decided on ...
Day 38. Thursday 2 July 2015
Thinking about where we will spend Independence Day. 4th July 2015.
As soon as I mentioned the Maritime Museum (I am the navigator and "things to see" finder) at Manitowoc and the submarine, USS Cobia, Linton had read of it but did not realise it was here. It was based in Perth, Australia during WW2 ...