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    A rainy day in Arkansas (for some of us). Doing some biplane spotting enroute.






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    Hi all,

    All I can say is, " rain, rain, go away, and come back some other day." Oh well, we can only hope!
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    Gosh, if you pay for your weather you get a sunny day.

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    Buzzin' the tower in Texarkana. Thought I'd taken some more of my old hometown in Genoa, Arkansas, but this was the only one I had in the camera.
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    So many aeroplanes needing paint, so little time to do it.

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    In the deep south on our way to Natchez. We had a bit of a bridge "incident" but the NDA I had to sign keeps me from talking about it.






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    No pics, but we had a nice flight to a private field in Mississippi called "Shade Tree". I'm not too sure we had permission to land there as I was shot down about 10ft off ground on landing. Either that or it was bird season.
    So many aeroplanes needing paint, so little time to do it.

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    Hey There,

    Hoping that we all will be back in the air tonight. Going thru withdrawals hehe.

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    Hope to make it tonight. I was unavoidably detained last night.
    So many aeroplanes needing paint, so little time to do it.

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    Hey There! We are bbbbbback! Me think.

    A lot of R/L issues kept most of us busier than heck for the last few weeks, and sometime the local weather was questionable also. So here hopping we can continue flying with all pilot's of the famous Flight 19.

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    Scoring an extra point on the way out of Kermit's place.


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    Had to get a loaner for the flight to Ormond Beach.

    I think they were filming "Final Countdown 2, Master and Commander" here



    And had to fly over Cape Canaveral



    Once we made it to Ormond Beach, I picked up this one for delivery to a museum up north

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    So many aeroplanes needing paint, so little time to do it.

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    We landed at a golf course. The golfers did not appreciate the loud engines, especially the Ju-52.


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    Had to sell the Ju 52 to cover the greens fees. Got a deal on a floater though.

    Taco and I flew on up to KFFA.
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    So many aeroplanes needing paint, so little time to do it.

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    Howdy Folks

    Here is the new aircraft that I hope to be flying. Talk to you later.
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    The weather looked good for a change so MM and I decided to head north across Chesapeake Bay to 1N5 (Bennett Airport) in Maryland. One more leg 'til the end of the first segment of the (modified) Cannibal Queen plan
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    Howdy,

    By golly, Mike, Rob and yours truly finished Phase 1 of our trek across the USA following the route of the Cannibal Queen. Now Phase 2, and I believe we will be heading west back to Boulder Co. Some rumors are floating around about a major change in aircraft nothing firm as yet.

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