Cherry Ridge Fly-in 2011

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Cherry Ridge Fly-in 2011

Postby fixnfly » Tue Jun 28, 2011 6:12 pm

Thanks to all who attended. I'm having trouble down loading more pictures due to the size.Hopefully more members that were there can add a few more pics of the other birds . Bill
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Re: Cherry Ridge Fly-in 2011

Postby 9121u » Wed Jun 29, 2011 6:59 pm

I want to thank BILL M. and RON S. I had a great time at the fly-in and these guys made it happen for me i always wanted to take a long cross country trip in my brantly .and they did so much for me .so if any one needs a instructor and a good helicopter mechanic these guys are the ones....thanks again 9121u tom
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Re: Cherry Ridge Fly-in 2011

Postby fixnfly » Thu Jun 30, 2011 3:30 pm

A few more pictures of the fly -in. Randy Strocks & Tom Ferree's Brantlys & Pat Goerigs Hiller
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Re: Cherry Ridge Fly-in 2011

Postby Ron Spiker » Sat Jul 02, 2011 7:15 pm

Another album of pictures from the fly-in.
http://www.datacustoms.com/rspiker/cherryridge2011/index.htm
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Re: Cherry Ridge Fly-in 2011

Postby scrapper » Mon Jul 04, 2011 6:38 pm

Slide 15 of Ron’s is a pic of the Nickleson Viaduct, in Nickleson PA. On the Erie Lackawanna line built circa 1920, it was considered a engineering marvel at the time. I have a living 95 year old aunt whose father drove her from Richmond in ~1925 just to see that bridge. Legend has it one worker during construction fell in the cement and was thus buried.

The windmills are on a ride near Carbondale, owned by Florida Power and Light, who pictures them on their annual report covers. I could be wrong but my guess is photo op is their main use, lots of time there is not enough wind to turn them.
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