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Great weather, a stunning line-up of aircraft never seen before at Wittman Field and the hunger to be part of the World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration powered EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2015 to a record-breaking year, continuing its recent upward trajectory.
So far on this journey, which gives real meaning to the term cross-country, Mrs. Levinson and I have seen our first mercifully mild mountain waves, and we’ve vibrated our way through the strongest, most sustained turbulence we’ve ever seen.
PART I: Expand your flying envelope with inspiration and tips from this Boston-based flatland pilot
Things aren’t looking good at 6 a.m. on Monday, the morning my wife Theresa and I have planned a 10 o’clock departure from Hanscom Field, our home base near Boston, on the first leg of the trip of a lifetime to California and back.
A fan rebuilds the famous Cub and retraces Rinker and Kern Buck’s storied journey
In 1966, teenage brothers Rinker and Kernahan Buck bought an old Piper PA-11 Cub for $300, rebuilt it in their parents’ barn in New Jersey, then flew it across the United States in a near-mythic odyssey.