While up at Paine Field on 9 June after watching the debut of the Flying Heritage Collection's A6M Reisen, I found out that the Historic Flight Foundation was also having a Fly Day and were going to put up a few SNJ/T-6 aircraft, a couple of P-51 Mustangs and their B-25D "Grumpy". So I headed across the field to the HFF for the rest of the day. Here are some photos of the HFF Fly Day.
A visitor to Paine Field that day, A T-45 Goshawk.
Later that day, John Sessions decided that he would take his Mk IX Spitfire up for a little flight time.
While I was watching the displays. I saw this guy and his pet Macaw watching planes land that day at Paine Field. I asked him about his bird and he told me that she enjoyed coming to the airport to watch airplanes. Birds of a different feather do stick together I guess...
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