Craig fixes his airplane

Craig fixes his airplane

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Armrest missing, but I got it and installed it.

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Craig's plane?
PSA seat color patterns?
Across the Santa Anna from Riverside, CA is Rubidoux, CA (formerly West Riverside) home to Flabob Airport a super, innovative little airport with innovative programs for teaching kids how to fly, and also they have active groups in fixing up old planes
It is now owned I believe by the person listed below, who, like Craig seems not to be focused on money, but focused on the wonder and magic of airports of bygone eras.
This link is to a great little map that shows Flabob and Riverside airports (1 hour by CAR from: LA, Palm Springs, the beaches, the mountains)
http://local.yahoo.com/results?stx=flabob+airport&csz=Riverside%2C+CA
Flabob Airport Thomas Wathen Foundation
HISTORICAL FLABOB AIRPORT / EDUCATION THROUGH AVIATION
http://www.flabob.org
# AirNav: KRIR – Flabob Airport
Complete aeronautical information about Flabob Airport (Riverside/Rubidoux, CA, USA), including location, runways, taxiways, navaids, radio frequencies, FBO …
http://www.airnav.com/airport/KRIR
So do stop by and have lunch at the Flabob Airport Restaurant with history covered walls and ceilings, which always has a very diverse group of folks eating and enjoying the view of the runway, some of whom are longtime Airport folks who built plane and . . .
My dads first airplane flight in a bi plane was from the predecessor to this airport.

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