[WWI] The Great War Flying Museum at Geneseo

Michael Robinson mr1057 at frontiernet.net
Sun Jul 10 07:28:56 EDT 2005

You are welcome Randy. I am headed there this morning, so thanks for the
heads up. I thought for a while the weather was going to wash it out but
Sunday looks to be about perfect. I should be able to get my castor oil and
high octane avgas fix all taken care of in one day.


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From: "flapsup" <flapsup at fuse.net>
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Sent: Saturday, July 09, 2005 10:44 PM
Subject: [WWI] The Great War Flying Museum at Geneseo

Last month Mike Robinson said something about the airshow in Geneseo.  Today
I went and watched their Dr. 1 fight off the Nieuport 28 while an SE5 got
the better of a DVII.  Another Se 5 was sheperding their latest addition to
the museum.......................a Sopwith 1 1/2 Strutter.  6 of their a/c
made the journey..sadly the red DR.1 is not airworthy just yet.  They flew
twice during the show and it was quite a treat to see. I thought the
Nieuport 28 looked great in the air..those lines are great.  The Strutter
was a treat to see up close and looks really nice.  The museum is currently
building a Sopwith Camel to add to the stable.  Just a note to say thanks to
Mike....I had a great time.
Glad I took the sunscreen,
Randy Dosier

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