It's September, and 2019 airshows are now history. It seemed like a very quick summer. The weather treated us very well with no dodging around clouds and some pretty good tailwinds. Cascade Warbirds joined in the fun at Olympia and enjoyed fine hosting by Northwest Helicopters. Hamilton, MT was a fun morning airshow, 1030 start and 1130 finish. It took me a week to get the T-6 and Yak-55 there and back home with Shuttles, Alaska Airlines and cabs. I'd do it again in a moment. Boundary Bay Airshow is such a great setting with the water just off of the south end. TheSnowbirds and F-18 made their first appearance. This airshow is free and a great family outing. Quesnel hosted the Snowbirds and F-18. This time I had a ferry pilot, Sigmond Sort, help out with the Yak-55. The big difference in work ethics. Arlington was a pleasant experience with pretty stable crowds. Andy Wallace set up his trailer in the campsite as a social center. Madras, Oregon was terrific with a chance to meet up with Ron Ochs, and trade F-86 stories. Chilliwack finished off its usual fun free airshow with dancing music that attracted lots of the town. Looking forward to next year. I will join up with Keith McMann and some Harvard for flybys on November 11th to thank our veterans.



June 15-16: Olympic Flight Museum, Olympia, WA. (Warbird show, Yaks, maybe also P-51 and Corsair). Click here to learn more. 

June 22: Hamilton, Montana, Wings and Wheels Yaks and T-6. Montana Fairs & Festivals


July 19-20: Boundary Bay Air Show Delta, BC. (Yaks) Click here to learn more.


August 3-4: Quesnel Air Show Quesnel, BC. (Yaks and T-6). Quesnel Sky Fest

August 17: Arlington, WA. (Yak formation team).

August 24: Madras, OR, airshow of the cascades. (T-6). Cascade Airshow

August 25: Chilliwack, BC. (Yak team). Chilliwack Airshow


November 11: Royal Canadian Legion fly-pasts Vancouver, BC. (T-6's).