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Posted: September/26/2021 at 9:37am  Quote
 
Hey Shirley, somebody from RCSB must have gone to Rhinebeck and taken some photos.  How about posting some?  
 
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Posted: September/23/2022 at 2:46pm  Quote
 
You might have better luck wondering about 2022 photos! Some good ones on Facebook, if you do that stuff. Saw a 1/2 scale Fokker E.V...



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I was there in August.  I caught the only rain shower for weeks, right before the Sunday WWI show!  Talk about bummed.
Luckily, we went Saturday as well, and the Dviii was flown and I got to speak at length with the builder/pilot.  It is his second one!  It has a 1918 rotary.  Sounds the stuff!
I recommend everyone to try to make it there.  The museum has a huge amount of airframes, and memorabilia. 
These folks are as airplane hungry as we are.  The have a nice contingent of younger people who are engaged. It is great to see.


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I recommend everyone to try to make it there.  The museum has a huge amount of airframes, and memorabilia. 

I couldn't agree more!
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