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Disassembly

I sketched The P-26 Peashooter being assembled on January 8, 2016.
https://redharparts.wordpress.com/2016/01/08/peashooter/

All my recent sketches have been at the Museum of Flight.  I was there again today.  26 more words

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Ribbon Cutting

Yesterday at the morning briefing before the shift at the Museum of Flight, we heard about the opening ceremony for the new restrooms.  They called it “First Flush”.   344 more words

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Now or never

It was now or never… or at least now or not for several months.  I’ve been hearing for weeks that the Bill & Moya Lear Gallery was going to close for the installation of a new Apollo exhibit. 186 more words

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Santa arrives by Cessna

This is the way the Museum of Flight does Santa and Mrs. Claus’s arrival.  They come in by Cessna air craft!  I was just one of a large crowd on the flight line waiting for their arrival. 58 more words

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God speed, John Glenn

John Glenn died on Thursday.  I remember exactly where I was during his orbital flight on Friendship 7 on Feb. 20, 1962.  I was in school and everything stopped during the launch and space flight.  91 more words

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Chinook

After our sketch outing at Fran’s, I went straight over to the Museum of Flight as I wanted to catch the display of the Chinook helicopter.  126 more words

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In Seattle, space sisterhood is powerful

The billionaires who run Blue Origin and SpaceX – Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk – may be locked in an outer-space rivalry, but the engineers who get the job done say they’re rooting for each other. 140 more words

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