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We do have a favorite old airplane... a sentimental favorite anyway.
Our brother-in-law's 1939 Piper J-3 Cub. You might have guessed that if you followed us on our Cub to Oshkosh trip.
You can still read about our adventure.
Mark's favorite airplane in Oshkosh 2009 was the Pitcairn Autogiro. It was VERY cool to see it fly!
But enough about us.
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Where is it?
What city? What airport?
Have you seen it fly? Have you flown it?
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Go on... it IS easy...
Now wasn't that simple? We all thank you!
Find 'em, See 'em, Fly,'em! And have a great flight!
Judy and Mark
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