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Barry Tempest Returns to Lincoln Land Part 2

About the picture at the top:  After leaving AeroKnow Museum early into the evening, Barry and I visited the great American supermarket Hy-Vee on a mission of mercy: mercy for him because because he was out of cigarettes (Marlboro) and … Continue reading

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Kings Cliffe, England’s Barry Tempest Visits AKM

On Sunday, November 5, as I arrived in the Stellar Aviation  lobby on my way to AeroKnow Museum (AKM) down the hall, I was delighted to be greeted by long-time friend Barry Tempest of Kings Cliffe, England. I had been … Continue reading

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NEW – a page above that lists SURPLUS history books

Please visit the book surplus page and e-mail me if you  see items you want to read. Have a nice day!!   R

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Two Straws Which Almost Broke My Camel’s Back

For the past year I’ve been fighting the compulsion to share the following tale. That it happened at all astounds me.  It begins with a woman I call Burlee. We almost became friends soon after she moved to Springfield. When … Continue reading

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Late July UPDATE

It’s been too long since posting here.  AKM is still going in the back hallway and upstairs at the Stellar Aviation FBO at Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport.  I spend hours here  seven days a week.  I’ve not published a Lincoln … Continue reading

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Downsizing

Until I was instructed last October to relocate my AeroKnow Museum office from the very visible room just off the lobby at Horizon Aviation to a larger “suite” of rooms in the back of the building,  the future of this … Continue reading

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Flightline Friday re-post: The “almost” F-15

Originally posted on A Blog for Dallas Area Catholics:
Most people have at least some small familiarity with the mighty McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) F-15 Eagle.  First entering service in 1974, the Eagle has been the mainstay US air superiority…

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