Lorne n planeHubby at the museum looking at all the planes. I liked the light squares in the photo and the light dark contrasts. The museum I spoke of yesterday had a lot of neat planes that if I heard right were actually flown at some point. It would be worth going back to when the weather is warmer and we can see the outside exhibits more.

4 Comments on “De Planes…

  1. Sounds like you’d enjoy a trip to Dayton, Ohio, for the Air Force Museum, an amazing collection.
    Take in Carillon Park, too, for its early Wright Brothers exhibits.
    It’s unbelievable how far human flight came in such a short period.

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