Comfort Inn Fond Du Lac
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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 ...
There are nearly as many aircraft at the EAA Airventure at the same time as there are in the whole of Australia! They come in all shapes and sizes - from microlights to an Airbus A350 and a B52 bomber. Lots of people fly in and camp with their planes. We parked in Camp Scholler, a massive camping area, nearly full, with reportedly up to 30,000 RVs plus tents.
Our campsite was about 2km from the ...
... Spent some time at the Vendor Boots to see what was new ' updated my Databases for an Oshkosh special Price and purchased some other small Items. Removed the extra RH Seat Tank Greg had offered me to bring to Florida at a later date.... Thank you Greg We all enjoyed the traditional Oshkosh Barbecue For which the Down's are famous for..... Weather co-operated nicely...... Getting in and out to the show is a Challenge with 700000 ...
... eg 'canard flying high, waggle your wings’ compliments on the manoeuvre, welcomes the aircraft to Oshkosh and then directs to the allocated runway. Patrick was asked to land on the ‘yellow dot’ on 36L which was dutifully completed, before being marshalled to the camping area for homebuilt aircraft. There was already a line of parked canards, so we taxied (on the thick clover grass – ugh) to the end of the ...
We are the 4 Scottish Scholars, thusly named for a trip abroad we have planned thanks to FFT (Fund for Teachers)! Our mission will be to visit some of the schools in Fife, Scotland, to examine their ETHOS behavior program, and in particular, how it impacts their students' academic achievement.
The four of us are veteran teachers from Wisconsin-Judy, whose love of ...