The Central New York weather cooperated with us for our annual Father's Day Pancake Breakfast. There were a few clouds in the morning and from time to time through the day, but otherwise it was an absolutely beautiful day with comfortable temperatures.
The airport was quite busy. If this wasn't a record attendance day then it had to be close!
I wandered around with my camera snapping pictures here and there. I made a few flights in the Challenger some to take aerial photos of the event and other times to give rides.
Out of about 200 pictures I picked 29 that show a variety of the activity around the days' event.
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One of our first arrivals!
There was a raffle for a ride in this beautiful plane.
Bill Volcko gives the thumbs up that we are ready to go.
Jack Burns skillfully flipping blueberry pancakes.
The radio control club comes each year to show off their sport.
So much has changed since I flew a radio control glider in 1990.
The CAP was here to help keep things organized.
Kirk is the new owner of Marcellus Airport, here with part of his family.
Trike on take-off
Helicopter rides were available all morning.
Very affordable prices kept it flying non-stop
All day the tables were packed with people
Some things are worth their weight in gold!
Everything you need for your quad-copter flying in one handy case!
A table full of electric ducted fan jets
A few of the members of EAA1017
The reflections off the windscreen caught my attention.
The next generation...
RV headed home
Mercy Flight crew members talked and gave us a close up look at their operation and equipment.
This was taken mid-morning with a long line and lot full of cars.