Thursday, September 8, 2011

Two of My Airports Are Closed

On my 'Airports I Want to Fly Into' list on the left, two of them are close.

Cornelia Fort is where I took my first flying lesson when I was 14. I wanted to make M88 my first long cross country once I was licensed.

Seven Spring is also closed. When I was flying at Chagrin Falls (closed), that was our $25 hamburger location. Yes, $25 hamburger, not $100 hamburger. It was that long ago.

Sad that locations like these are devastated due to flood and the economy.

In my mind, both places had significance so they can not even be replaced with other airports. I guess you have to fly to get it, huh?

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