Today was less good
Lots of miles, not many pics.
This was the busiest of days.
In case you missed the news, it finally happened.
So yesterday was pretty solid.
Brass Against is my everything.
A Cirrus in Texas suffered an engine failure causing the pilot to deploy the plane’s captive parachute, which floats the entire plane down to the ground. Despite coming down in what appears to be a fairly populated area there were no injuries and the plane even looks to be in decent shape. (No idea what kind of…
An Antonov ran into the back of the other on the runway at a fairly high rate of speed. No details yet on how it happened or the extent of injuries.
Dusty’s Work Avoidance Tour has been slow this year, so far only missing 27 days of work (roughly 14% of the work year to date). Fortunately October will help, with ten days on the road and six work days missed.
Turnout was absolutely massive, with over 400 cars and 100 planes. There were AT-6 Texan and Robinson R22 rides all day, and a number of cool demonstrations. Top demo in my book was the ad banner launch, which is way more badass than you could ever imagine (video below via Instagram, click here if Kinja eat). Anyway,…
If you’re looking at the image thumbnail, don’t worry. It gets worse.
Because this has to be up there