They have more than just airplanes on exhibit, but almost everything is aero-themed. Even the bathrooms have a bombers seat and sight glass. (jk).
It's pretty hard to get the whole Spruce Goose in one picture.
Here is a model that was used in a movie.
Showing the Goose's reletive size compared to modern planes.
Luxurious accomodations inside the Ford Tri-Motor.
See the control cables outside the plane?
A DC 3 nestled all comfy under the Goose's wing.
Take a guess at what this is....yep, you're Wright!
No introduction needed.
The driveway/landing strip leading in....
and leading out.
After a few hours at the museum I get back on SR 18 and head for the coast
There it is! Like so many people I love to watch and hear the ocean.
This guy came by and wanted to chat, but I had miles to go before I sleep.
I stopped to eat here, but they had no clam chowder on the menu! What?!? So I went down the road to Jack's place for some wonderful chowder...no pics. :(
I stopped again to watch the ocean. I was considering where I would spend the night, I really didn't want to get a room on the coast as they are so expensive. So would I go inland here, or go farther down 101 then go inland?
As I was mulling over my options, in the park came two bikers; meet Nina and Tea. They live near Eugene, and were out for a ride. We talked for a while, and they invited me to spend the night at their house! How could I say no?
Plus...they were having a oyster bake that night with Nina's Godmother and her friend, and I was invited to that as well. Again....how could I refuse? So off we went to the oyster farm.