When we landed on our flight in from Pelee Island this morning, the Griffing Flying Service field in Sandusky, Ohio was covered with brightly colored planes. Chapter 50 of the Experimental Aircraft Association was having its fly in, drive in pancake breakfast — which meant we had to take a closer look at some of the planes.
There were lots of cool planes there, including some vintage aircraft. My favorites, however, are the biplanes, with their parallel wings and struts and open cockpits. I’ve loved them since I was a kid and read a book about World War I aviators called Knights Of The Air. No Red Barons were visible during our visit, however — or goggles-wearing beagles, either.