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The Museum of Flight

What do you do on a rainy day in Seattle?  Go see the airplanes at The Museum of Flight.  We did!  They were prolific!

According to their website,  “The Museum of Flight is the largest independent, non-profit air and space museum in the world!  45 more words

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More on the PWH project

A large open grassy area at the back of the Museum of Flight grounds will become the Project Welcome Home Commemorative park. The exact name is still under consideration but that’s what I’m calling it for now. 201 more words

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Alternate transport & More

A couple exhibits have been moved to make way for constructing a new one. From my new post in the Side Gallery, I look down on them.  120 more words

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Tail on a Truck

The stars aligned. I’d called Historic Flight yesterday and the very helpful Vanessa told me the tail is off the B-52 and is on a truck. 125 more words

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What's new at the Museum today?

Today is my usual volunteer shift at the Museum of Flight. I went in an hour early for two reasons: 1. to check for new parts delivered from the B-52 disassembly. 172 more words

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New Exhibit

Every year, the Museum of Flight puts out a special exhibit on April 1. This one is titled “Strangers to these Lands” and investigates the role of sparrow flight in the distribution of coconuts. 187 more words

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Parts on the move

The Museum of Flight’s B-52 is being disassembled for transport. Last Friday I saw the engines were off.  As smaller parts are removed, they are transported from Everett to the Museum of Flight in Seattle. 89 more words

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