Monday, March 20, 2006

More at the Evergreen Museum

We missed a few things on the last blog do here they are starting with this great silver transport.

Ed got this great picture of an old U.S. Mail plane.

I got one of Ed taking the next picture.

His great picture of the SR-71 Spy Plane engine. There were all kinds of engines on display from this the fastest of them all to........

Four of the eight most powerful engines on the Hercules HK-1 Spruce Goose...

To the props on this troop carrier...

....and finally the jet end of a fighter.

on this plane the wings folded and I really like the red ribbon that read "REMOVE BEFORE FLIGHT."

Wickedly fast.

Instrument flight trainer. Cute huh!

A stunt plane hung upside down from the ceiling.

We even had Radio/Television coverage from .......

Disney and ....

Oregon Living plus.....

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Some days are special enough to make up for two bad days.

No Scrabble today

Quote of the Day
"Writing is making sense of life. You work your whole life and perhaps you've made sense of one small area."” ~ Nadine Gordimer quotes (South African novelist and short-story writer, 1991 Nobel Prize for Literature, b.1923)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks, they are beautiful planes.


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