Chris had asked me to come over to Cameron Park so we could fly a couple of friends of his - "they're British and you'll like them. He did something with motorcycles".
I flew over the house on the way out, as I was early. I got to Cameron Park still a little early, and ended up doing a go-around. The runway has a displaced threshold, and no taxiway, so if you miss the turn off just past the threshold, you're back-taxying. I came in a little high, and there was somebody waiting to take off, and rather than make him wait for me, I just did a circuit.
Anyway, we flew Norman and Anne, then went o lunch, where I found out he was Norman Hossack. Yes, that Norman Hossack :o)
Randy called from Lincoln to say there was a T-28 off the end of the runway - we'd seen it up at Auburn yesterday, and today the new owner did a gear up landing, it seems. I landed short on 15, put the plane away and headed home to do some work.
In the evening, we watched "Godzilla: King of the Monsters".