Another Oshkosh is in the books. I’m sure everybody that was there had his favorite moment or aircraft that they saw at the show. The heat was the topic of conversation the first few days. The thunderstorm that rolled through on Thursday made everyone forget about the heat. Now you sit back and think about all the great airplanes you saw. What really sticks in your memory is the people that you met, and the good friends you were able to spend time with. That’s what keeps us all coming back year after year. There were seven Bearhawks on the line this year. Thanks to all that took the time and resources to fly to Oshkosh so we could look at, and admire them.
N289EH- Bob brought his new Bearhawk LSA in for the
week. This was the first opportunity for most of us to see
this new design.
N774PK- This sharp looking patrol was on display at the
Bearhawk booth all week. Courtesy of Don Aldridge and
Hatcher Ferguson, from Va.
N410BP- Mark Goldberg’s Patrol was flown up by Eric Newton.
N868JD- Julian Smith’s Bearhawk was a showstopper! It
was also on display at the booth.
N303AP- Mark Goldberg’s Bearhawk Flew Demo Rides.
N786RG– Ray Gabriel had the shortest flight to OSH!
N125PJ- Phil Johnson flew in from
Missouri for the end of the week.
The BBQ on Tuesday evening was a great success, everybody had a fantastic time. A thank you goes out to all who helped make this a must attend event. It’s not too early to start planning on next year and hope we can make it even better. Fly safe everyone.