Blakesburg: A field of family

A couple of months ago I was in a particularly optimistic mood and booked us a couple of days at the world’s biggest fly-in in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Almost immediately, I realized that trip wasn’t going to work. Even if we drove and weather was no issue, Keely had band camp one week, there was a four-day break, and then she was scheduled to attend the open house at her school. The family budget didn’t allow for airline tickets and a rental car. The trip would have been a rushed affair, and we all know Oshkosh is an event best savored at one’s leisure.
So the Luscombe List suggested we try attending the Antique Airplane Association/Airpower Museum Invitational Fly-In in Blakesburg, Iowa, instead. Continue Reading »

===> Posted on October 9th, 2011 by Deb McFarland. No comments. © GAN 2011.

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