With the EMHE experience behind us (they did finish it up late last night) it was time to get back to my other obsession.
Most of the aircraft that aren’t in maintenance were out on the ramp. The F-8F Bearcat (left), F-6F Hellcat (center), and P-51 (enter left, just in front of the Hellcat’s left wing) were all prepped and ready to fly for the memorial service of a WWII vet that was being held at our hangar. The PBJ (right) and Jason’s MIG-17 (center right, red plane in front of the Hellcat’s right wing) were out there for show.
I’m told it was a great day for flying. (I was at a desk, doing finance things all day.)
And now for two days of sitting on my ass a lot. Maybe reading. Maybe a movie or two.
Or maybe just some quality nap time.
As wiser people than I have pointed out, when you get old enough you find that things that were punishments as a child (“Go to your room and just sit there and think!” or “Go get in bed early, right now!”) have become hard won rewards.