EAA Chapter 35 Fly-in Breakfast
We had so much fun at the July Fly-in, we're going to do it again! The turn-out for July's event was spectacular. We saw 27 different aircraft. Everyone enjoyed all-you-could-eat pancakes and bottomless cups of coffee. There was orange juice and sausage on offer, and something we hadn't done before, a fruit medley to top it off. In a word, it was incredible. All this for $5.00. This seems like a winning formula, so we'll do all that again.
Drive in, fly in, but don't miss this. We're rolling out the heavy artillary: the Memorial Mike Logan Grinnin' Griddle, a massive four-foot diameter rotary griddle that takes propane, electricity, and a crew of volunteers to operate. With room for thirty flapjacks at once, you can bet you won't have to wait for your breakfast!
Twenty-seven aircraft lined up at bucolic San Geronimo Airpark. Think we can beat that? Fire up your flying machine and join us! Tell the treasurer which plane you piloted - PIC does not pay!