George Schweighofer has given 10 copies of the movie “A Daring Flight” to our chapter. For a $10 donation to EAA Chapter 402 you can pick one up.
Two aircraft, 8 people departed (VTA). A Cessna 182 and Cherokee “235” for Richard Downing Airport (I40) at 10:30 a.m. for brunch. I secured transportation down to Roscoe Village to eat at the Warehouse Restaurant. The food was delicious and the company was even better. Charlie Rhoads and his wife Cathy, guest Joe Furbee and fiance’ Chris. Rollie, Bob Marriot, Carl Oblinger, and Bob Bennet. Carl has some nice pics!
Was a fantastic turn out. Seven aircraft from Newark and one from Buckeye departed for Bella’s Restaurant on the shores of Grand Lake in northwestern Ohio. Carl got some great pictures as did Cheryl Harris. With Wendy’s friend who joined us for lunch and helped transport us to the restaurant we had 20 people attend. Close to a record for planes and people on this day.
Cessna 172 Michael/Cheryl Harris
Cessna 172 Jim Carter
Cessna 182 Charlie/Cathy Rhoades
Cessna 152 Dick/wife Purdue
Centurion 210 Dan/Jane Robbins and Bernie Volpe
Archer ll Larry/wife Arnold
Cherokee Six Wayne/Aiden/Alex Green
Cherokee 235 Rollie, Carl O./Wendy Hollinger/Dale Ratliff
Check it out. Also referred to as “Coffin Corner”
Wow! What a day to fly. I just posted the pictures from Michael and Carl from the flyout to Rostraver Field in Monongahela PA (KFWQ) and I regret not being able to join them. The pictures say it all.
Two planes left for Wings over Coshocton. Charlie Rhoads and wife Cathy in the Cessna 182. Rollie and Carl Oblinger, and Glen Boarders granddaughter
and grandson in the Cherokee 235. I was not able to stay for the airshow. Some people drove? Several other planes left (VTA) that day for different destinations.
It was a very busy day. Great flying weather! See you all Tuesday at our regular pilot meeting night.