I know this post is way off topic of BGE's and cooking but this is the Off Topic forum. Wife and I attended an Air Show today. It was held on the old site of an Army B17 Bomber training base during WWII (1942-1945), located only 20 miles from where we live. All of the acres and acres of concrete are still there. The Air Show was almost all vintage WWII aircraft with only a couple of newer civilian aircraft. The highlight was was a WWII B17 bomber, the "Yankee Lady",one of only a few that are still air worthy today. You could actually pay and get to take a ride on her during the 2 day air show. Here are a couple of pictures. The pictures don't show up as good here with the reduced size as my originals. I think I took almost 300 pics of the planes on the ground and in the air. There were a couple of P-51 fighters and others also. Really an amazing to see these vintage planes and pilots preform. Hope you enjoy. Mike
The Yankee Lady getting ready to take off on a tour ride.
An in air pass with bomb doors open and fake smoke from one engine.
Another in air pass but tilted so we could see the top side from the ground.