After another spectacular celebration of all things aviation, I have left EAA’s Airventure and come home to Chicago.
Home isn’t the right word. Really, this place isn’t home for me at all. Arriving at Airventure felt like coming home to a place where everyone can share in their love for aviation and people get along. Arriving in Chicago is almost exactly the opposite.
Regardless of my back-home blues, I had a blast at Oshkosh. I saw thousands of airplanes, learned a lot of new things, talked to some fascinating people, and snapped well over a thousand photographs. Some of them were even good! Look for them here in the days to come.
Oshkosh also reinvigorated my desire to fly. Once I have a better financial picture I will be airborne again. On a related note, I will also be ramping up my studying for my ADX certificate.
Oshkosh also got me thinking about my tiny blog and it’s lack of direction. I will likely be making some changes around here over the next several months and trying to find ways to improve. As always, I welcome constructive criticism and comments.
Keep the shiny side up and the dirty side down.