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... Each afternoon's air show featured an array of planes from the slow to the very fast and the relatively quiet to the ear-shattering loud, all very impressive and enjoyed (?) by all of the expected 500,000 attendees and visitors! Two evenings during the week, the night air show wowed the spectators, with displays by aircraft (including a glider and personal jet) illuminated with a multitude of lights and pyrotechnics, followed by a dazzling firework display.
... of massage chairs. If you come to visit us you can have a go on it.
The highlight of our two days was the night airshow on Wednesday - no photos (too hard) but there were some stunning aerobatics including a glider with fireworks streaming from its wingtips, 3 T6 Texans lit up like Christmas trees doing formation aerobatics, several other great displays and concluding with a big fireworks display.
... climes with a greater potential for storm activity. The communication airways were extremely busy, something we've not experienced since leaving the UK. At this time, Oshkosh is the busiest airport in the world; the controllers are hand-picked for the occasion. The procedures are carefully laid down to ensure safe arrival of the expected 10,000+ airplanes. Joining over the towns Rippon and then Fisk, the controller picks you ...
... swim. Well, I had a swim and Linton washed the RV. It was nice to relax.
We went back to Riverside Park for the fireworks. We saw the National Tumbling team in action.They were great and are off to Helsinki very soon. We waited and waited for the sun to go down. There were lots of people there, all waiting expectantly and finally it was dark enough. They were really good. Then we had to wend our way through the traffic home, after a ...
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 ...