Holiday Inn Express Oshkosh-SR 41
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... passers-by, it was closer to 10am – where did the time go?
We attended quite a few forums given by the Rutan Brothers including one fascinating and insightful evening presentation featuring them along with Mike Melvill, civilian test pilot/astronaut which went way beyond the allotted time. All the venues for these talks were packed to overflowing. Burt and Dick Rutan spent some time after their talks allowing one-on-one conversations and were willing to ...
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Thinking of other options. We really don't want to drive south (past Chicago) as it's boring, but the trip north (across the Mackinac bridge (back-tracking our arrival) is quite a bit longer but much more pleasant of a drive.
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 ...
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 ...
... 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 ...