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Need Pitts(s) at our Biplane Fly-In

bmcj

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We need some Pitts aircraft represented at our big Biplane Fly-in at Flabob Airport in Southern California. Anyone and everyone close enough to attend (within 3,000 miles) is welcome and wanted!


Here's a link for information (or see the banner at the top):


http://www.biplaneforum.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=1900




Don't worry about the weather. October is typically great. The 10 year average for temps is 54 for the low and 82 for the high. Winds and visibility are fair and rain is rare. Good times and good people are guaranteed!


For those not familiar with Flabob Airport, it is an oldhomebuilder's paradise in Riverside, California. It is the home of EAA Chapter One, Stit's PolyFiber coverings and was the home or birthplace of Stolp Starduster aircraft, Art Scholl, Bill Turner Golden Age racing replicas, Marquart Charger, Margaret Ritchieand theStephen's Acro (and me), to name a few.


Bruce :)
 

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