Besides flying a Piper Cub off the grass here at Red Stewart Field, EAA284 member Steve DiLullo posts excellent aviation related stories on his blog A Mile of Runway. In a recent trip to EAA Headquarters in Oshkosh, Steve include a storyboard of photos from the EAA Airventure Museum that most would find hard not to enjoy.
Check his photos out and leave him a comment: LINK
Steve DiLullo passed along a nice article about long time Warren County flight instructor and aviator John Lane training a young pilot, Egan Rosell. Nice photos and article (http://is.gd/wwG6rV).
At an age when classmates are learning to maneuver around plastic parking cones to earn a driver’s license, Egan recently aced his first solo flight to get his private pilot’s license.
“It’s really different when you are up there,” says the soft-spoken teen. “It gives you a different perspective on things.”
Egan’s flight instructor, John Lane, says “different” also applies to his young student.
Lane helped to found the county airport in 1956 and at age 86 is still flying and instructing the next generation of pilots. When you have been flying for more than a half-century, says Lane, you can quickly spot who has the “right stuff” and Egan does.
As a group we have decided on Friday, April 15th for our tour. For information on the tour, times etc please see http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/bts110415 Clicking on next at the bottom of the page will take you to the registration form. I’m not permitted to do a group reservation. I’m not sure if I can register every one individually on the form. I can try if you let me know that you are coming. Each participant must bring a Government issued photo ID card such as a drivers license. The addressed asked for must match that which is on your ID.
Please let me know if you plan on making the tour. I don’t know how fast the tours fill up, so I suggest registering as soon as possible.
Just a reminder that the Chili Cook Off at Red Stewart Airfield will be Saturday, February 19th, Noon – 3 PM. Bring you chili, cornbread or just your appetite.
— Bob Luken