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  1. #21
    Aahh, yes. All the usual suspects...........and then some!
    In Oz

    Where I have landed a Beech

    (Plus, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United Kingdom)

  2. #22
    Miss you all!
    Jack Becker
    Orcas Is., WA
    1978 Sundowner N836KT

  3. #23
    Mark and Jack,

    We are missing you guys, also Gary & Mary. Lots of fun today at the prop shop and Sporty’s. We all learned a lot!

  4. #24
    Today's fun at Sporty's ....
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    Nelson Amen
    landed and supported local economy

  5. #25

    I didn't realize you could park so close to the store. Thanks for sharing the pics.
    Gary Mascelli
    ASEL - IA
    N453TC - 1976 Commander 112A

    Flight Journal
    My YouTube

    "Life isn't about avoiding the bruises... It's about collecting the scars... To prove we showed up for it."

  6. #26
    Smiling faces departing on the 8:30 am bus to the airport this morning. And great end to a fantastic BACfest! The 7:30 am bus had about a dozen on the way out to the planes. Wonderful times for all. Looks like about a dozen aircraft made it here to Louisville this year. Hats off to Brad !!
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    Nelson Amen
    landed and supported local economy

  7. #27
    I took advantage of my fellow BAC brethren to help make my wife at ease with acquiring a motorcycle . Jeff explained his Sturgis trip with his son this summer. From there the sale plummeted. Jean explained her collar bone fracture on her first ride and how she would drive Charley around. Thinking that maybe switching tables could better my odds of making the sale. I go to Tom C and Fast Freddie’s table. I bring up the collar bone injury and Fred shakes it off and says ,”that’s all she broke on a motorcycle?I ran into a dynamite truck ( with a full tank of Gas)”.Looks like I am back to the drawing board on that one . Thanks to Brad and everyone that participated.BACfest Denver 2019 !!!

    John Persinger
    Beech Aero Club President

  8. #28
    Much better flying conditions this year. Had blue skies and a slight tailwind on the way in and blue skies and a 15kt tailwind on the way home.
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  9. #29
    First wave preparing to depart BACFest, 201820180916_075804_HDR.jpg20180916_075824_HDR.jpg

    Joe Kirby
    Sierra N9299S

  10. #30
    Great flight home! The fog lifted a home base before I got there. 317nm in 2 hours 38 minutes, probably thanks to Florence for a bit of a tailwind.

    Great job Brad, and already looking forward to next year!

    Has anyone notified those not lucky enough to attend BACFest 2018 where BACFest 2019 will be held?
    Bob Schmidt, Founding Member
    Sundowner N282G has landed in:

    Also flew VH-WEI in Oz.

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