Sunday, January 02, 2011
We aren't expecting to head off in our van 'til about May so I thought I would put up the occasional post showing places of interest on previous trips.
When we took delivery of our Bushtracker in late 2009 we took a couple of months to come home to Mandurah. One place that I had not heard about before was Temora in NSW. It is the home of the Temora Aviation Museum.
It is basically a personal project of Sir Frank Lowey's son David. It is such a good thing.
We arrived on a Friday afternoon having previously made a booking for the Aerodrome caravan park. This is new and is right in amongst the action.
The museum displays warbirds, but is not interested in them unless they can fly. What a brilliant weekend.
Cessna Dragonfly. Forward Air Control Aircraft, flown by David Lowy.
Harvard and Wirraway
Mustang and Spitfire