Monday, June 20, 2022

June 20th

Today was Juneteenth, when Americans celebrate the end of slavery by... well, they haven't decided yet, as this is the first time it's happened, but I suspect it'll be shopping soon enough.

I'd thrown together a couple of videos from yesterday:


Then met Shane and Liza at the airport and went for a little flight.

It was still a little bumpy, as the wind's coming from the North.

I managed to talk to Jarron's brother - he'd left me a message to call him, and it seems Jarron passed away on the 8th.  I don't know much else, but I'm going to help them get his flying stuff squared away.  At the moment I'm hoping we can get his parents to agree to donate one of his gyros to the McClellan aircraft museum, as it needs a load of work, but was built in Marysville.

In the evening, I threw together a video of trains we saw today, as Dad likes trains :o)

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