We're all for getting there early, but this is incredible: Last
Thursday marked opening day for EAA’s Camp Scholler as the
first campers began registering for EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2004.
There were even some campers who lined up the night before at 9
p.m. EAA camper registration staff reported being greeted by a line
of eager campers upon arrival at 0630 Thursday morning. There was a
steady stream of campers throughout the day.
Stretched thin by priority work to prepare the B-17 Fuddy Duddy
for the Salute to Veterans Tour and bring home EAA's B-17 Aluminum
Overcast, EAA's two-time FAA Diamond Award-winning aircraft
maintenance team doesn't have time to reinstall the overhauled
engine on EAA's Cessna 210, Photo 1. This leaves EAA's top-notch
photographers without a way to capture the high-quality air-to-air
photographs used in EAA Publications. The hope is EAAers who own a
Cessna 210 would be able to donate its use to EAA during the