Two Anxious Pilots
Low sun angle: early morning, energy building
A lot of airplanes left the building and each was accompanied by a big smile.
The tables were packed when the doors opened. By the end of the morning they were virtually bare. Jack, you are a champ.
There were some genuine works of art on display. They soon found new homes.
The RVF tent was a busy place as a lot of guests dropped by to get updates on the new field. Looks like we will be welcoming new members.
24 Grants Pass Middle School students enjoyed an active week of aviation in the Summer Air Academy.
Thanks to Kathy & Jack Medina for making their lovely home available to us. Brief business and lots of laughs.
President Larry Goynes about to present MOY to Lamar Hanson.
Look at the sweat on their brows. Study their intense concentration.
Ed Martin generously contributed an authentic vintage full-scale propeller for auction. Bidding became fierce but Jack Schaefer's wife, Norma won out. Word is that she'll mount to nose of her VW
Our revolving trophy for Crash of the Year went to Lloyd Russell. Lloyd "recited" the beautifu and belovedl Calypso he had inherited from his father.
Among the door prizes, this high-tech trainer dropped off by Santa.
The meeting devoted a few minutes to progress on the Ft. Vannoy Flying Field. Progress is positive.