|Fly With Me|
The walking area there is large. There are lots of air transportation companies located in buildings nearby, with large parking lots and acreage. I parked near the terminal building, then started walking in a large circle around properties related to the airport, ending my walk back at the terminal.
The airport is small, but it is a very busy place! At least a dozen airplanes took off or landed during my 30 minute walk, as well as five or six helicopters. One helicopter must have been piloted by a student and an instructor, because it flew in large circles close to the ground the entire time I was there. There is a flight school located at the airport.
The terminal building is small, but there is a restaurant/cafe inside, and it looked like it was doing a steady business this morning from folks who drove there for breakfast. My daughter has taken my grandson there for breakfast as a special treat, because while they were eating they got to watch planes taking off and landing.
|Also known as FDK|
After I finished my walk at the airport, I headed to the Delaplaine Visual Arts Center where I taught a digital photography class for kids. We had a great time, and they really developed their photographic eyes!
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Cam's rules for the Daily Photo Walk:
- walk every day
- the walk must be in addition to any other planned activity for the day
- post a photo every day
- use my Nikon P7100 (it is a very convenient size and weight)
- no weather excuses
- walk only where it is safe to do so