Monthly Archives: October 2010

Long Time Gone

As I approached the parking lot between the FBO and the A.L. Capital Airport Terminal last Sunday, a glance at the dashboard panel informed me I had no fuel in the tank, I was going zero miles and hour and … Continue reading

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The Day Can Turn on A Dime

Not long from now, I will be interrupted by so many visitors to AeroKnow Museum that I won’t be able to accomplish a thing. When that happens, I’ll turn off the public office lights, close the door and go upstairs … Continue reading

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AeroKnow Interview on WMAY Podcast

I totally enjoyed my October 13 interview with Kirk Farah at WMAY’s downtown studio a few weeks ago. I arrived at 9:15 so I could get a feel for the studio and we could discuss what we wanted to cover … Continue reading

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A Visit With Kirk Farah and a Microphone

In graduate school I interned as a cub reporter with Springfield radio station WMAY and listened to the station often over the years. Jim McKinny’s (probably mis-spelled) morning show at 9 AM weekdays was a fave of mine, and I … Continue reading

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Tune in Wednesday 9:30-ish WMAY

Kirk Farah has hosted a morning show from 9 to noon on WMAY (AM) for a few years now, and I’m a fan of the man. We met a few months ago when a B-17 “Sentimental Journey” of the Commemorative … Continue reading

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I’ll File Away

    When I try, Hallelujah bye and bye, I’ll file away. I’m getting into a routine at AeroKnow Museum. I stay in the public area downstairs until 5:30 because most pilots returning to the airport to depart for distant … Continue reading

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Taking Pictures at AeroKnow Museum

Another milestone in the evolution of AeroKnow Museum was passed October 6 when a visitor took out his cell phone and took pictures of a 1949 Hawk Model Company solid balsa kit of the Republic F-84 Thunderjet. It was the … Continue reading

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