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We are finally home! It is good to be home. We missed this place after all. On the way home, Jeremy and I were talking about how much we missed our little Freya. We missed her first Christmas :( but we will for sure compensate it by getting her a new big bone.
While I am very thankful to arrive home safe and sound, I am reminded of the fate of the passengers of the Air Asia who went missing on the route to Singapore from Surabaya, Indonesia. I don't ...
We are still home yet. Since it is Christmas season, we have a lot to get done other than just packing for the trip.
Winda: I have been writing Christmas cards for our family and friends since last weekend. It is a good thing that I ordered 40 Christmas-themed forever stamps from the post office. All the Christmas gifts are wrapped ...
We drove to Ripon Wisconsin to have lunch with my brother David. On the way we stopped for a bit in Columbus to see a Louis Sullivan Jewel Box Bank.
Louis Sullivan was a famous architect in the last half of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th. He's known as the father of the skyscraper, and ...
... his son Finn are visiting Oshkosh for a whole week. We talked about some of the differences between building and flying in our two countries and generally spent an enjoyable half hour together. That is one of the wonderful aspects of something like this show - you by definition have a common interest, aviation, with almost everyone in the crowd.
After our little sojourn, it was back out into the crowds and displays. I got smart and remembered to bring ...
... little bits and pieces of the airshow as we walked around the show. The one thing we really sat down to watch, however, was the demonstration of the V-22 Osprey, a hybrid of an airplane and a helicopter. I had first seen them flying back in 2000 at Edwards AFB when I was visiting Test Pilot School with my Long-EZ, and back then, the V-22 did just simple testing - nothing half as interesting as the high performance ...