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Dayton 2008 Before Hamvention - JPEG Still Photos
The White River in Arkansas. Dave N5UP decided to fly his own plane from Dallas to Dayton this year, instead of suffering the hassles of commercial air travel.
Mt. Carmel, Illinois from an altitude of 7500 feet above sea level
The US Air Force Museum at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio
Lazy clouds at 3000 feet over Ohio
Dodging F-16s at Wright Patterson AFB
Dave Morris, N5UP (right) meets with the man who owned his airplane in 1968, Dick Ott
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Dick Ott and his nephew Alan Mittermaier see what technological changes have occurred since 1968
Alan, Dick, and Dave (left to right) talk about aviation 1968 versus 2008
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Dave parks his Mooney N6030X in Dayton, only a 5.5 hour flight from Dallas

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