It wasn’t a long flight but it was a chance to get the plane up in the air – and there were pancakes…
The Carson City Airport (KCXP) held their annual open house last weekend and EAA Chapter 403 on the field was taking part by providing a pancake breakfast for $7/person.
There appeared to be a good turnout from the public as everywhere you looked there were people wandering around and looking at the airplanes.
The Cactus Air Force had their planes out as well as some still under restoration. A couple of IAR’s based at Carson were on display and Paul Dye brought his relatively new SubSonex – he finished building it a couple of months ago. Paul was great at answering questions from the constant crowd around the little jet.
Here are some photos from the event: